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Checking the log gives me:
Nov 18 23:20:11 mt-daapd[734]: Config entry general/playlist is deprecated. Please review the sample config
Nov 18 23:20:11 mt-daapd[734]: Firefly Version svn-1696: Starting with debuglevel 2
Nov 18 23:20:11 mt-daapd[734]: Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1696
Nov 18 23:20:11 mt-daapd[734]: Plugin loaded: ssc-script/svn-1696
Nov 18 23:20:11 mt-daapd[734]: Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1696
Nov 18 23:20:11 mt-daapd[734]: Starting rendezvous daemon
Nov 18 23:20:11 mt-daapd[734]: Starting signal handler
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Initializing database
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Full reload…
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Starting mp3 scan
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Starting playlist scan
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Updating playlists
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Error scanning MP3 files: No such file or directory
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Scanned 0 songs in 0 seconds
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Starting web server from /opt/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689
Nov 18 23:20:12 mt-daapd[736]: Registering rendezvous names
Nov 18 23:20:13 mt-daapd[736]: Serving 0 songs. Startup complete in 1 seconds

The error msg “Error scanning MP3 files: No such file or directory” indicates that something is wrong with the folder name. But it is there: the original iTunes folder placed in the “music” folder directly on the DS107e’s hard disk.

On the configuration web page, “Music Folder” says “/volume1/music”. I even added a second folder “/volume1/music/iTunes”. So you would think that everything should be OK.

How do I check permissions on the folder, or check if the database path is correct?