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    deawar
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    mt-daapd/Firefly Version: nightly 1571
    Server Operating System: FC3
    Server Hardware: Pentium III PC, 1000 MHz
    Client Device: Roku Soundbridge 1001–Updated to most recent software 2.7.78
    Connection of clients: SoundBridge through Wireless Assess Point (connection working)

    Okay, I’ve been lurking for a while to try and figure out why I can compile and even get a connection on my Soundbridge, but I cannot get my mt-daapd server to scan my ogg collection…
    ./configure –path=/usr –enable-sqlite3 –enable-oggvorbis
    make (no errors — I think….)
    make install (again no errors….)
    /etc/init.d/./mt-daapd start
    Server starts okay.. but my log file shows:
    2007-05-08 17:40:22 (b7f0c6c0): Firefly Version svn-1571: Starting with debuglevel 2
    2007-05-08 17:40:22 (b7f0c6c0): Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1571
    2007-05-08 17:40:22 (b7f0c6c0): Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1571
    2007-05-08 17:40:22 (b7f0c6c0): Plugin loaded: ssc-script/svn-1571
    2007-05-08 17:40:22 (b7f0c6c0): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2007-05-08 17:40:22 (b7f0c6c0): Starting signal handler
    2007-05-08 17:40:22 (b7f0c6c0): Initializing database
    2007-05-08 17:40:22 (b7f0c6c0): Full reload…
    2007-05-08 17:40:23 (b7f0c6c0): Starting mp3 scan
    2007-05-08 17:40:23 (b7f0c6c0): Starting playlist scan
    2007-05-08 17:40:23 (b7f0c6c0): Updating playlists
    2007-05-08 17:40:23 (b7f0c6c0): Scanned 0 songs in 0 seconds
    2007-05-08 17:40:23 (b7f0c6c0): Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689
    2007-05-08 17:40:23 (b7f0c6c0): Registering rendezvous names
    2007-05-08 17:40:23 (b7f0c6c0): Serving 0 songs. Startup complete in 0 seconds
    2007-05-08 17:40:27 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:40:27 (b6b09bb0): Thread 3: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:40:38 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:40:38 (b6b09bb0): Thread 7: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:40:39 (b7f0c6c0): Rescanning database
    2007-05-08 17:40:39 (b7f0c6c0): Starting playlist scan
    2007-05-08 17:40:39 (b7f0c6c0): Updating playlists
    2007-05-08 17:40:39 (b7f0c6c0): Scanned 0 songs (was 0) in 0 seconds
    2007-05-08 17:41:09 (b7f0c6c0): Rescanning database
    2007-05-08 17:41:09 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:41:09 (b6b09bb0): Thread 11: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:41:09 (b7f0c6c0): Starting playlist scan
    2007-05-08 17:41:09 (b7f0c6c0): Updating playlists
    2007-05-08 17:41:09 (b7f0c6c0): Scanned 0 songs (was 0) in 0 seconds
    2007-05-08 17:41:13 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:41:13 (b6b09bb0): Thread 15: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:46:33 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:46:33 (b6b09bb0): Thread 19: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:50:01 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:50:01 (b6b09bb0): Thread 23: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:50:06 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:50:06 (b6b09bb0): Thread 27: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:53:36 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:53:36 (b6b09bb0): Thread 31: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:53:42 (b750abb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:53:42 (b750abb0): Thread 32: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:53:52 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:53:52 (b6b09bb0): Thread 36: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:53:56 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:53:56 (b6b09bb0): Thread 40: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:53:56 (b7f0c6c0): Rescanning database
    2007-05-08 17:53:56 (b7f0c6c0): Starting playlist scan
    2007-05-08 17:53:56 (b7f0c6c0): Updating playlists
    2007-05-08 17:53:56 (b7f0c6c0): Scanned 0 songs (was 0) in 0 seconds
    2007-05-08 17:54:00 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:54:00 (b6b09bb0): Thread 44: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:54:42 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:54:42 (b6b09bb0): Thread 48: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:54:47 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico
    2007-05-08 17:54:47 (b6b09bb0): Thread 52: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-05-08 17:54:52 (b6b09bb0): Cannot resolve /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root//favicon.ico

    I have opened up all my permissions for user nobody.
    I can reach my mp3 directory by nobody via ls /home/Public/music/
    I am not sure what else I need to do. Any suggestions???

    BTW. I admire your dilegence and the amount of time you have invested in this application. Thank you!
    Dean

    #10589

    fizze
    Participant

    use your web-admin-interface and add .ogg to the file extensions, and to the transcode-extensions as well.
    Both is available via the advanced config panel alright.

    #10590

    deawar
    Participant

    I got it! Thanks! I also had an incorrect path for my transcoding directory for mt-daapd-ssc.sh. I thought I had look at all the logs til I set the level at 9 mt-

    $ mt-daapd -f -y -d 9 

    and that showed me that the transcoding sh wasn’t be found.

    πŸ˜€ Thanks for the quick reply!!

    #10591

    fizze
    Participant

    Actually you can adjust the log-level dynamically using the web-interface.
    πŸ˜‰

    #10592

    deawar
    Participant

    @fizze wrote:

    Actually you can adjust the log-level dynamically using the web-interface.
    πŸ˜‰

    I am having issues with the web interface. It is showing variable names and not the contents of the variables. What should the permissions be for admin-root directory? I have the mt-daapd.conf as owner nobody group nobody with permissions set to 600. -xr—- I have status and in the hdr.html it comes up as Welcome, Admin when I log in from any machine other than localhost. From localhost it does not display a user. Just says Welcome, . If needed I can post a screenshot of the web confguration page tonight… At work now.

    Thanks again for your help!

    #10593

    rpedde
    Participant

    @deawar wrote:

    @fizze wrote:

    Actually you can adjust the log-level dynamically using the web-interface.
    πŸ˜‰

    I am having issues with the web interface. It is showing variable names and not the contents of the variables. What should the permissions be for admin-root directory? I have the mt-daapd.conf as owner nobody group nobody with permissions set to 600. -xr—- I have status and in the hdr.html it comes up as Welcome, Admin when I log in from any machine other than localhost. From localhost it does not display a user. Just says Welcome, . If needed I can post a screenshot of the web confguration page tonight… At work now.

    Thanks again for your help!

    Are you sure you are accessing it though the webserver? Like, via “http://localhost:3689”, rather than opening the files directly?

    #10594

    deawar
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    @deawar wrote:

    @fizze wrote:

    Actually you can adjust the log-level dynamically using the web-interface.
    πŸ˜‰

    I am having issues with the web interface. It is showing variable names and not the contents of the variables. What should the permissions be for admin-root directory? I have the mt-daapd.conf as owner nobody group nobody with permissions set to 600. -xr—- I have status and in the hdr.html it comes up as Welcome, Admin when I log in from any machine other than localhost. From localhost it does not display a user. Just says Welcome, . If needed I can post a screenshot of the web confguration page tonight… At work now.

    Thanks again for your help!

    Are you sure you are accessing it though the webserver? Like, via “http://localhost:3689”, rather than opening the files directly?

    Yes, I use :

    http://localhost:3689

    But a part of the problem may be I installed 0.2.4 first then the nightlies after. I did not remove admin-root before installing the nightlies.

    You think a clean install would correct the web interface problem?

    #10595

    rpedde
    Participant

    @deawar wrote:

    @rpedde wrote:

    @deawar wrote:

    @fizze wrote:

    Actually you can adjust the log-level dynamically using the web-interface.
    πŸ˜‰

    I am having issues with the web interface. It is showing variable names and not the contents of the variables. What should the permissions be for admin-root directory? I have the mt-daapd.conf as owner nobody group nobody with permissions set to 600. -xr—- I have status and in the hdr.html it comes up as Welcome, Admin when I log in from any machine other than localhost. From localhost it does not display a user. Just says Welcome, . If needed I can post a screenshot of the web confguration page tonight… At work now.

    Thanks again for your help!

    Are you sure you are accessing it though the webserver? Like, via “http://localhost:3689”, rather than opening the files directly?

    Yes, I use :

    http://localhost:3689

    But a part of the problem may be I installed 0.2.4 first then the nightlies after. I did not remove admin-root before installing the nightlies.

    You think a clean install would correct the web interface problem?

    Don’t think so… Maybe.

    Can you post a screenshot of the config page?

    #10596

    deawar
    Participant

    What’s the easiest way to post .png/.jpg/.bmp ‘s of my screenshots?

    #10597

    rpedde
    Participant

    @deawar wrote:

    What’s the easiest way to post .png/.jpg/.bmp ‘s of my screenshots?

    Hrm. Maybe emailing them to me at [email protected].

    — Ron

    #10598

    deawar
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    @deawar wrote:

    What’s the easiest way to post .png/.jpg/.bmp ‘s of my screenshots?

    Hrm. Maybe emailing them to me at [email protected].

    — Ron

    Done!

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