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Its gradually becoming clearer. If I want to have a M3u playlist with Linux file types, where in the heirarchy would MT-DAAPD expect to look for it?
The format on the Linkstation starts with root then mnt then hda (in unix) and then it goes to the shares. I have three shares one for music called music and then it it a conventional set of folders : music>artist>album>mp3 tracks
MT-DAAPD sees this fine and I have deleted and added tracks to prove it, I can browse all the functions on the soundbridge also. I tried a unix version of M3u (I think) on the first level directory as:
./Music/Animals/The Most of the Animals/01 - House Of The Rising Sun.mp3
./Music/Avril Lavigne/Let Go/03 Sk8er Boi.mp3
./Music/The Beach Boys/Summer Dreams [UK]/13 Good Vibrations.mp3
This didn’t work and I couldn’t even see the playlist title so I guess this is the wrong location.
So is there an obvious location? Do I need some sort of My Playlist directory? Would it be better to use absolute paths?