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04/02/2007 at 10:17 AM #1072
I finally succeded to install firefly on my nslu2-slug (ARM-Debian version) via apt-get. I guess, my firefly is a stable version. (I didn’t manage to install a nightly version. “Make” didn’t find a make-file).
The server works well and I have access via Banshee. However, only ten music files a found in the DB. This can’t be correct. My music directory at the slug has approx. a 10 GB-size. Every Scan or Full-Scan ends in the same result – ten files.
Thanks in advance for help04/02/2007 at 10:36 AM #8991
May I add that “Bonjour” is not runnig. What is “Bonjour”?04/02/2007 at 12:06 PM #8992CCRDudeParticipant
Apple on Bonjour
Linux soft that does would be Avahi or Howl for example. If you can see the server in Banshee, there’s no need to do anything on that front imho.
The ten files you see, are they in the same directories at the others? Any structure there (e.g. you see only files from one specific folder)?04/02/2007 at 3:34 PM #8993
Thanks for the reply. No, there is no structure. I see only files from one directory – without a directory structure
New problems have encounterd. The new one:
Converting config file…
Error writing config file.
I removed mt-daapd with apt-get remove –purge and reinstalled it. No errors occured. I confgured the mt-daapd.conf file. When I started mt-daapd with the -v option, I got these infos above.
I can’t find a mistake in the mt-daapd.conf file. The config file is converted to ..What? and wirtten to …What?04/02/2007 at 3:45 PM #8994
Ok. the last thing is settled…
You have to login with the orignal-password and change the root-password within the webserver-mask.
It seems one cannot change the server-password by changing it in the config-file04/02/2007 at 5:21 PM #8995
.. problem solved!
It was a simple data-access-rights issue.
After chmod everthing to the 777-mask erverthing was ok.
-> chmod 777 -R /my/path/to/music/
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