Being fairly new to the Linux thing, and after having no joy with trying to use nano to edit the mt-daapd.playlist file in /opt/et/mt-daapd of my slug, I tried going at it from within Windows.
After a bit of tinkering, navigate teh directories then open, edit and save the file within notepad. I created myself a new smart playlist that worked, and all was well.:laugh:
However… I then used Wordpad to edit the file, as this made viewing each line easier as it separated it out, rather than have it all as one long line of text, with the line ends shown as little squares. While doing this I also created a couple of new playlists, based on the same syntax as my previous one.
I noticed that the new playlists are not appearing once the server was restarted. I went back and tried editing my working playlist… and now that doesn’t work either!! :huh:
Any ideas of what I have done wrong – and what I can do to fix it???