Still – using the
# vi /opt/etc/mt-daapd/mt-daapd.conf
gives me the following message:
That’s no message, that’s the editing program!
Still, vi is pretty ugly. You might try nano:
# ipkg install nano
# export term=vt100
# nano /opt/etc/mt-daapd/mt-daapd.conf
Then you can scroll with the cursor keys (or ctrl-n), and scroll down the lin that says:
Press “ctrl-k” while you are sitting on that line. Then, add the line you want:
Then “ctrl-w” to write the file and “ctrl-x” to exit.
If you make a mistake, just do “ctrl-x” to exit, and tell it you don’t want to save when it asks.
You should be good then.
NOTE: Make sure you are using putty, not windows telnet!