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rpedde
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Yeah, the –enable-nslu2 turns on a few nslu2-specific things — trades memory-intensive queries for slower queries that require less memory, default config location, default disableing background scan unless someone is connected to the server (to avoid spinning up the drive), etc.

But with the latest nightly, you should get the anti-hang behavior without –enable-nslu2.

An alternative to making an /opt/etc would be running it with -c /etc/mt-daapd.conf, btw.

— Ron