I would appreciate any help on this problem. Firefly is aborting under Windows XP as follows:
007-02-21 09:26:22 (e0f29ce9): Starting with debuglevel 0
2007-02-21 09:26:22 (e0f29ce9): Starting rendezvous daemon
2007-02-21 09:26:22 (e0f29ce9): Initializing database
2007-02-21 09:26:25 (e0f29ce9): Starting web server from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Serveradmin-root on port 9999
2007-02-21 09:26:25 (e0f29ce9): Registering rendezvous names
2007-02-21 09:26:25 (e0f29ce9): Serving 2476 songs. Startup complete in 3 seconds
2007-02-21 09:26:25 (e0f29ce9): Rescanning database
2007-02-21 09:26:34 (e0f29ce9): Starting playlist scan
2007-02-21 09:26:35 (e0f29ce9): Scanned 2476 songs (was 2476) in 10 seconds
2007-02-21 09:30:09 (e0f29ce9): Rescanning database
2007-02-21 09:34:09 (e0f29ce9): Starting playlist scan
2007-02-21 09:34:10 (e0f29ce9): Scanned 2476 songs (was 2476) in 241 seconds
2007-02-21 09:40:45 (e0f29ce9): Rescanning database
2007-02-21 09:41:30 (e0f29ce9): Query: INSERT INTO updated VALUES (463)
2007-02-21 09:41:30 (e0f29ce9): Error: unable to open database file
2007-02-21 09:41:30: Aborting
I have checked that Firefly is registered as an exclusion to the Windows Firewall and it is. Also I have checked the share permissions on the iTunes music file and these are set to share.
I run McAfee and tried switching this off, but it keeps re-starting. In any event I can’t keep my virus checker switched off permanently.
Any advice greatly appreciated as to how to fix this.
One other more minor query: Where does iTunes keep its playlists ? I would like to declare this file to Firefly as a “Play List File” within Firefly’s “Configuration” panel.
Latest nightlies have an updated database that works harder to avoid the virus scanner problems. You can get it at http://nightlies.mt-daapd.org.
WRT to playlists, it is in the “iTunes Music Library.xml” file, which should be in your “My Music” folder. If you add that folder as a music directory using hte web interface, it should pick up the itunes playlists.