Bad mp3 directory (/share/hdd/data/public): No such file or directory
Error reading config file (/opt/etc/mt-daapd/mt-daapd.conf)
k, so the slug doesn’t have a directory called /share/hdd/data/public.
it’s pretty much like windows, like if you specified a directory of c:sharehdddatapublic, but that folder didn’t exist.
To look at the directories in windows, you might use (if you were stuck in the command line) the “dir” command.
For example, you could do “dir c:” to see what folders were in the c: drive. Or “dir c:share” to see what folders were in the “share” folder under the c: drive. Right?
Same thing with the slug, except you use the “ls” command. “ls /” will show you what files are off the root. You can use that to explore how your file system is laid out, and find your music directory.
Probably it will be in /share/hdd/data/ somehere, or maybe /share/flash/data somewhere.
You can also cheat, and do this:
[email protected]:~# cat /etc/samba/smb.conf
valid [email protected]"administrators",@"everyone"
write [email protected]"administrators",@"everyone"
that shows that the path on the slug that corresponds to the windows share called “DISK 1” is /share/hdd/data/public.
Find out the path to the share you ahve your music under, and change the config file to match.