a run at “-d10 -D parse” would help.
I only got this:
633.rinne:src> root ./mt-daapd -f -c /etc/mt-daapd.conf.new -d10 -D parse
Adding module parse to debug list (0x00002000)
Debug mask is 0x80002000
– In this phase I connected with Roku and got “Failed to load browse data”
– After this it was stuck and I pressed Control-C and got:
Exit 139 (SIGSEGV)
Anyways, I think you got something in this fixed already because of
your comment in the Roku thread.