Sort of fixed it. I had installed sqlite, but not sqlite3 😳
Right, but if the debian package was installed cleanly, it would have given you a config that used the right sql backend.
Now one thing I did do before was to delete /var/cache/mt-daapd. See, the purge (using
aptitude purge mt-daapd
) didn’t delete it (it complained it wasn’t empty, or something like that). Should I have not done that?
Package should have done that already, but you can:
chown nobody /var/cache/mt-daapd
and it should start.