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onedotseven
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Yes I have sharing enabled in Rhythmbox, yes I see the daap service on in avahi browser, yes avahi-daemon is running.

@fizze wrote:

Just do a

sudo rm /bin/sh
sudo ln -s /bin/sh /bin/bash

Well, now Ubuntu won’t start. Saying something like sh cannot be found. I’m going to do some research in Ubuntu Forums.

Sounds like, so far, 6.10 did more bad than good… Since I was kind of messing around with this system, I haven’t any critical data to lose doing a format / re-install (if that is the only solution). If I have to do that, I’ll probably wait for the Edgy binaries for Firefly before trying again.

Too bad that there’s no walkthrough installation doc available for 6.10 (like this guy did for 6.06). It seems that a lot changed in the latest version of Ubuntu, and this is affecting how Firefly is to be installed and how it works. Too bad, because Ubuntu seems to be a successful Linux distro.

I’m learning, but it’s a painful process! 🙂