Ok….. Enabled the le0 dhcp lookup again and lo and behold I see my iTunes Music Server again in iTunes!! Hurray!
Still my question remains if there is a way to “wipe the slate” as asked before?
I think the “right” thing to do is switch over to howl… the built-in responder is going to go away in favor of avahi and howl anyway, so now’s the time.
I think that’s the best solution.
Ok, but that wasn’t my question….
Anyway, what’s wrong with Apple zeroconf implementation. Is it the license?
What version of Bonjour is used in mt-daapd?
If i would want to use howl/avahi/bonjour as a separate library is it a matter of installing the packages and telling mt-daapd to us that?
I see on NetBSD there are plenty of options:
– Apple’s mDNSResponder 108: http://pkgsrc.se/net/mDNSResponder
– Howl 1.0.0 http://pkgsrc.se/net/howl
but no Avahi as of yet. If you have to choose which one and why? Is there documentation about how to use mDNSResponder/Howl/Avahi with mt-daapd somewhere?
P.S. Did you see my email about trac ticket spam?