Windows 2003 Server and iTunes Folder on NAS

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  • #2710

    bbasra
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    Hi,

    I have a workstation being Synced realtime with a QNAP NAS so i have a complete backup of the workstation. I’ve setup a Server 2003 Virtual Machine and installed Bonjour and Firefly and the NAS data is mapped as a Drive.

    If i point Firefly to \NASdataUsersbbasraMusiciTunes or S:UsersbbasraMusiciTunes, it simply doesn’t pick iTunes or any files.

    Log file: firefly.log

    2009-03-29 19:02:59 (5cb4e03f): Firefly Version svn-1586: Starting with debuglevel 2
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Plugin loaded: w32-event/svn-1586
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Plugin loaded: ssc-wma/svn-1586
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Plugin loaded: ssc-ffmpeg/svn-1586
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1586
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1586
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Building drive mapping table from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Servermapping.ini
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Mapped r to \NASDATASOFTWARE
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Mapped s to \NASDATA
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Mapped t to \NASQMULTIMEDIA
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Initializing database
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Full reload…
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Starting web server from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Serveradmin-root on port 3689
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Registering rendezvous names
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Serving 0 songs. Startup complete in 1 seconds
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Rescanning database
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Starting playlist scan
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Updating playlists
    2009-03-29 19:03:00 (5cb4e03f): Scanned 0 songs (was 0) in 0 seconds
    2009-03-29 19:03:01 (5cb4e03f): Stopping gracefully
    2009-03-29 19:03:01 (5cb4e03f): Stopping rendezvous daemon
    2009-03-29 19:03:01 (5cb4e03f): Closing database
    2009-03-29 19:03:01 (5cb4e03f): Done!

    I’ve shortened the Server name, extensions are .mp3,.m4a,.m4p,.wma,.flac,.ogg. Also, my XBMC simple keeps saying cannot connect when using DAAP and pointing it to my VM using IP address.

    Any ideas?

    #17926

    stretch
    Member

    Check the permissions. Firefly most likely can’t see the files because it doesn’t have permission to read the files

    #17927

    bbasra
    Participant

    I have now manged to detect the itunes library using the mapped drive and UNC path on the NAS.

    I had to setup the firefly service to use domain account instead of local system account so it was a permissions issue.

    The XBMC now also see’s the itunes library and playlists but all the songs have a number in front of it and they are not in the same order as itunes. Any idea’s?

    It seems to be working otherwise.

    #17928

    beardown

    You have to change some display settings within XBMC.
    First bring up your file list. You’ll see all the files with numbers in front of them
    Then bring up the pop-up menu and pick the settings option. ( I have an original xbox and get this by pressing the white button)
    Scroll down to the files option
    On the right you’ll see “Track Naming Template” and it will read something like “[N]” %A – %T.
    Simply erase everything in front of %A – %T and your files should now appear in order of artist name.

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