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rpedde
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@Sven GT wrote:

Yes, the music files are on the C:drive; locally.

2007-01-04 09:19:19 (2a33df82): Starting with debuglevel 0
2007-01-04 09:19:20 (2a33df82): Starting rendezvous daemon
2007-01-04 09:19:20 (2a33df82): Initializing database
2007-01-04 09:19:20 (2a33df82): Full reload…
2007-01-04 09:19:25 (2a33df82): Starting mp3 scan
2007-01-04 09:19:26 (2a33df82): Starting playlist scan
2007-01-04 09:19:26 (2a33df82): Scanned 0 songs in 1 seconds

It sure looks like the path to the music files might be typoed. Can you double check it?

Another possibility might be if the path to the music files contains special (non US) characters. That could be something as well.

A newer nightly *should* fix that, although I have only a limited ability to test it, as I don’t have very many files with non-english filenames and stuff.

😳 What is Firefox ? Another media server ?

Oh, no. Sorry. Another web browser. I was wondering if it was possible that there is a bug that makes it not work with IE, although I haven’t seen that problem before.

Firefox is here. I mention that one just because it is free and very popular (not only because of its price but the fact that it is generally less prone to popups, accumulating junkware, etc).

Oh! Are you using IE 7? I actually haven’t tested the web pages with IE 7, so I’m not sure they work. That might be part of the problem too. Eeek.