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With all the stores decked out for Christmas, I decided it was time to get all my Christmas music on my NSLU2 and see about running two copies of Firefly; one for our regular music and one strictly for Christmas Music. I setup a new folder on the NSLU2’s disk called ‘xmasmp3’ and created a new config file called ‘xmas-daapd.conf’ as shown below.
servername XMAS Music
#logfile = /var/log/mt-daapd.log
I then enter the following via telenet to start the second copy of Firefly:
/opt/sbin/mt-daapd -c /opt/etc/mt-daapd/xmas-daapd.conf
When I turn on my Soundbridge, I can now select which music library I want to listen to; either our regular library or our Christmas library.
Since I am a Linux newbie, I would appreciate a post if anyone spots a problem with what I have done. Otherwise, I have documented what I did for anyone else that may find this useful.