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    Anonymous

    I’m running Firefly svn-1696 on Windows XP Tablet PC, and my iTunes songs are not showing up, and neither are the playlists.

    Here is my log:

    2008-01-11 22:36:13 (0fc5c2b9): Firefly Version svn-1696: Starting with debuglevel 2
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: w32-event/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: ssc-wma/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: ssc-ffmpeg/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Building drive mapping table from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Servermapping.ini
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Mapped g to \[email protected]
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Mapped s to \[email protected]\scottywz
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Initializing database
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Full reload...
    2008-01-11 22:36:16 (0fc5c2b9): Starting mp3 scan
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Starting playlist scan
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Updating playlists
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Scanned 0 songs in 1 seconds
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Starting web server from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Serveradmin-root on port 9999
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Registering rendezvous names
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Serving 0 songs. Startup complete in 1 seconds

    My music library is stored over the network on a Linux box. I have set the username on the service to one that can access the network. However, it’s still not seeing it.

    Edit: I’m using iTunes version 7.5.0.20

    #15859

    rpedde
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    @scottywz wrote:

    I’m running Firefly svn-1696 on Windows XP Tablet PC, and my iTunes songs are not showing up, and neither are the playlists.

    Here is my log:

    2008-01-11 22:36:13 (0fc5c2b9): Firefly Version svn-1696: Starting with debuglevel 2
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: w32-event/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: ssc-wma/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: ssc-ffmpeg/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1696
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Building drive mapping table from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Servermapping.ini
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Mapped g to \[email protected]
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Mapped s to \[email protected]\scottywz
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Initializing database
    2008-01-11 22:36:15 (0fc5c2b9): Full reload...
    2008-01-11 22:36:16 (0fc5c2b9): Starting mp3 scan
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Starting playlist scan
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Updating playlists
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Scanned 0 songs in 1 seconds
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Starting web server from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Serveradmin-root on port 9999
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Registering rendezvous names
    2008-01-11 22:36:17 (0fc5c2b9): Serving 0 songs. Startup complete in 1 seconds

    My music library is stored over the network on a Linux box. I have set the username on the service to one that can access the network. However, it’s still not seeing it.

    Edit: I’m using iTunes version 7.5.0.20

    Yeah, stuff that isn’t smb mounted is probably not likely to work. I’m assuming that’s mounted via sftp. I would imagine that directly browsing to \[email protected] would fail if the drive were not already mapped, and that’s essentially what the service is doing.

    Can those mount points be exported via smb?

    Also, if those are sftp, what are you using to mount them? Just out of curiousity.

    — Ron

    #15860

    Anonymous

    I’m using SftpDrive (http://www.sftpdrive.com/) to mount them. I’ll try it with smb and see how it works.

    #15861

    Anonymous

    Well, that worked! Thanks.

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