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Two separate commands, y’see.
Of course! D’oh! Working now!
This one is harder. Did you compile from source? If so, then it should be build to the gdbm version you have. Unless maybe it’s a lib32/lib64 issue. Is this a 64bit cpu?
I think fc8 is multiarch, and sometimes with old broken (like mine!) packages, it gets ticked off about the lib32/64 thing.
Nope it’s a 32bit virtual machine that I’m testing on before I go out and buy some kit for a proper build.
I went through the package options of FC8 and found some extra GDBM stuff that I hadn’t installed. So i installed them and recompiled mt-daapd. I was then presented with an error about not being able to find the libid3 files – turns out that was because they were not in the default location. So, i recompiled and installed again, but this time with the –with-id3tag= flag and now all is working perfectly!
Only thing left to do is buy some low power / noise kit to build a proper media server!
One last thing – is Firefly only compatible with Soundbridge / iTunes, or can i use any uPnp AV client?
Doesn’t do upnp, just daap/rsp, which makes it soundbridge/iTunes.
a full upnp server is on the timeline, though.