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rpedde
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web-root
port
db-dir
mp3-dir
servername

Copy your mt-daapd.conf to mt-daapd2.conf.

edit mt-daapd2.conf, and change the following values:

general/port (to anything different, but between 1024 – 65535. I use 9999. No reason, just do.)

general/db_parms (I’d change it to /opt/var/mt-daapd2)

general/mp3_dir (to wherever your other music is)

general/servername (to whatever you want it named).

Then do “mkdir /opt/var/mt-daapd2” (or whatever dir you used), and “chown nobody /opt/var/mt-daapd2”.

Then go ahead and run it: “/opt/sbin/mt-daapd -c /opt/etc/mt-daapd2.conf”

Wait for it to index, and see how it works.

Check your syslog if you see any problems.

And yes, the web-root is the base of the web pages for the web admin — those can be the same for both instances.