Ron, I think I figured this out. I installed mt-daapd 2.4 in .rpm for fedora 4 after installing dependencies howl, libhowl.so.0, libid3tag. Web admin helped me through it using findrpm. Then I edited mt-daapd.conf and started the process.
Does that all sound right to you? I’m such a noobee… I don’t have an itunes mac here to test it but should this weekend. Anything I should be worried about using these older versions? Will .flac files be a problem?
I’m a newbie. How do I install on ClarkConnect?
ClarkConnect is (I believe) a redhat enterprise linux repackage (RHEL4? RHEL3?) I have specfiles to build rpms for RHEL5 and FC, but I haven’t started building them yet.
I hope soon to be doing that, and I’ll probably do RHEL4/CentOS packages at that time that will work.
If you aren’t in a hurry, I’d say wait a couple weeks, and I’ll probably have packages.
That will work, but 0.2.4 doesn’t do flac. You’ll need to find a newer version to do that.