Error scanning MP3 files: No such file or directory

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  • #1800
    valdemar
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    Hello,

    I have installed Debian Etch on NSLU and latest nightly. Firefly does not seem to see my music directory? I have played around with permissions, but no luck. I use this format for the path: “/usr/public/flac”. Any ideas?

    Valdemar

    P.S.:

    Output from syslog:

    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Firefly Version svn-1673: Starting with debuglevel 9
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Error loading plugin /usr/lib/mt-daapd/plugins/ssc-script.so: plugin declined to $
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1673
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1673
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Starting rendezvous daemon
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Client running
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Starting signal handler
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Initializing database
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Full reload…
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Starting mp3 scan
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Starting playlist scan
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Updating playlists
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Error scanning MP3 files: No such file or directory
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Scanned 0 songs in 0 seconds
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Registering rendezvous names
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Serving 0 songs. Startup complete in 0 seconds

    #12854
    rpedde
    Participant

    @valdemar wrote:

    Hello,

    I have installed Debian Etch on NSLU and latest nightly. Firefly does not seem to see my music directory? I have played around with permissions, but no luck. I use this format for the path: “/usr/public/flac”. Any ideas?

    Valdemar

    P.S.:

    Output from syslog:

    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Firefly Version svn-1673: Starting with debuglevel 9
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Error loading plugin /usr/lib/mt-daapd/plugins/ssc-script.so: plugin declined to $
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1673
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1673
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Starting rendezvous daemon
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Client running
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10311]: Starting signal handler
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Initializing database
    Oct 8 23:15:36 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Full reload…
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Starting mp3 scan
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Starting playlist scan
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Updating playlists
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Error scanning MP3 files: No such file or directory
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Scanned 0 songs in 0 seconds
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Registering rendezvous names
    Oct 8 23:15:37 LKG7F3AB4 mt-daapd[10314]: Serving 0 songs. Startup complete in 0 seconds

    And permissions on /usr/public/flac? And you’ve double-checked the spelling in the config?

    Seems like it can only be one of those two things. Typo on spelling the path, or insufficient permissions on the flac directory. Must be r+x for the run_as user.

    — Ron

    #12855
    valdemar
    Participant

    Thanks, Ron. A permission problem was higher up the tree. I forgot you have to open the path all the way 😳 . Problem solved.

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