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  • #2020

    Anonymous

    Hi,

    I have unslung my NSLU2 and installed Firefly Media Server (using the exellent guide at http://wiki.fireflymediaserver.org/NSLU2_Installation). As a complete Linux-idiot, it still took me quite some effort ï

    #15129

    sonichouse
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    Your path in the config should be /share/hdd/data/public/mp3

    Can you check permissions with

    ls -ld /share/hdd/data/public/mp3

    and check that the user that firefly runs as has access.

    #15130

    Anonymous

    @sonichouse wrote:

    Your path in the config should be /share/hdd/data/public/mp3

    Can you check permissions with

    ls -ld /share/hdd/data/public/mp3

    and check that the user that firefly runs as has access.

    Hi, thanks for quick reply!
    I just telnet the slug, using root and my new pw.
    Using your code, it replys: “No such file or directory”

    I dont know hos to “check that the user that firefly runs as has access” – can you be more concrete please?

    When using slug webinterface (home-usb port2 public data – mp3) I still see “Lisa Stansfield” musicpiece.

    Thanks, Michael

    #15131

    sonichouse
    Participant

    Had a quick play on my slug.
    Created a public share called “wibble”, and this created the following directory /share/hdd/data/wibble

    Based upon your previous post I would do a ls of /share/hdd/data/mp3 or /share/flash/data/mp3 to see where it has stored it.

    #15132

    Anonymous

    @sonichouse wrote:

    Had a quick play on my slug.
    Created a public share called “wibble”, and this created the following directory /share/hdd/data/wibble

    Based upon your previous post I would do a ls of /share/hdd/data/mp3 or /share/flash/data/mp3 to see where it has stored it.

    THANKS!!!!! FINALLY I HAVE MUSIC – using my unslung/pinnacle – GREAT!
    I did your “ls /share/flash/data/mp3” -> this is where my music is stored.
    I went to the webinterface on firefly and changed the musicdirectory to: /share/flash/data/public/mp3

    3 nanosecs later Lisa Stansfield was coming out of my Pinnacle.

    I really appreciate your help, this has been a long jurney, but it was worth the effort 😀

    /michael

    #15133

    sonichouse
    Participant

    Glad to hear it 🙂

    the slug is notorious for swapping the drive names for the usb ports.

    BTW – Welcome, the effort will definitely be worth it.

    /Steve

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