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    Bungle

    My firefly has recently stopped working. It was all working well for some time, then it stopped. I un installed it and re-installed Bonjour and firefly, and now the server wont show up in itunes. When i manually try and stert it is comes up wit “Failed to start firefly server”. The log comtains the following:

    Log file: firefly.log

    2006-12-25 11:40:39 (372b3db8): Starting with debuglevel 0
    2006-12-25 11:40:39 (372b3db8): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2006-12-25 11:40:39 (372b3db8): Initializing database
    2006-12-25 11:40:43 (372b3db8): Starting web server from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Serveradmin-root on port 9999
    2006-12-25 11:40:43 (372b3db8): Registering rendezvous names
    2006-12-25 11:40:48 (372b3db8): Serving 6131 songs. Startup complete in 9 seconds
    2006-12-25 11:40:48 (372b3db8): Rescanning database
    2006-12-25 11:40:48 (372b3db8): Starting playlist scan
    2006-12-25 11:41:11 (372b3db8): Scanned 6131 songs (was 6131) in 23 seconds
    2006-12-25 11:43:51 (372b3db8): Stopping gracefully
    2006-12-25 11:43:51 (372b3db8): Stopping rendezvous daemon
    2006-12-25 11:43:51 (372b3db8): Closing database
    2006-12-25 11:43:51 (372b3db8): Done!

    Can anyone help?

    Please 😡

    #8131

    rpedde
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    @Bungle wrote:

    My firefly has recently stopped working. It was all working well for some time, then it stopped. I un installed it and re-installed Bonjour and firefly, and now the server wont show up in itunes. When i manually try and stert it is comes up wit “Failed to start firefly server”. The log comtains the following:

    That log file looks like you started and then manually stopped it. Is that right?

    Try a newer nightly (http://nightlies.mt-daapd.org). That specifically fixes a bonjour problem that might be what you are getting bit by.

    — Ron

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