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  • #2792

    Anonymous

    I installed firefly I changed the required areas in conf file but I can only see empty areas at the configuration tab of web page. It is annoying .Do you have an idea about this stuation

    I use 1696-3. Thank you in advance

    #18156

    fizze
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    Are you sure that you’ve installed firefly properly?
    Are you using ubuntu by any chance?
    I’ve seen problems with their packaged version and the configuration panel.

    #18157

    Anonymous

    I am using debian on a NSLU2.
    At first it was working normal I changed te rescan interval through web and changed the password also.
    But while trying to change the music folder it gave error:500 or something like that and did not save.
    So I opened the config file, changed the music folder. It scans for the folder and can listen to the songs by using fireplay.
    Everything looks working except the empty configuration tab.
    All the fields are empty except the path to configuration file . It is strange.

    I installed it using apt-get install mt-daapd in debian. I hope to correct this situation asap.
    Waiting your suggestions

    #18158

    fizze
    Participant

    I’ve seen similiar things with the debian package on x86. It seems an outdated config file or xml file is the culprit.
    Anyway, bump up the debuglevel to 9 – you’ll have to edit the mt-daapd.conf file by hand – and check out whats happening when you try to access the webinterface.

    I bet theres a wrong section in there, or a typo… something like that.

    #18159

    EVILRipper
    Participant

    Yes, I have had this before too.
    Though I have no idea how I solved it. IIRC I just ignored it, and was fixed on a reinstall later on.

    Though I get the feeling it could be a permission problem?

    #18160

    Anonymous

    Actually the first thing that I thought was the permission problem. So I checked the permission and increased to 777 to check but nothing changes.
    It is weird that it is running now. I mean it builds the database for my music directory without any problem.
    I do not think it is a typo problem. I mean I installed the mt-daapd before and same thing happened so I reformatted the drive and installed debian all over again to find out the mistake. Same thing happened so I think there must be a mistake in somewhere else. I also have a log file like this.

    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Firefly Version svn-1696: Starting with debuglevel 2
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Error loading plugin /usr/lib/mt-daapd/plugins/ssc-script.so: plugin declined to load
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1696
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1696
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Plugin loaded: ssc-ffmpeg/svn-1696
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Client running
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Starting signal handler
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (414d4480): Avahi poll thread quit iwth error: OK
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Error: enum_begin failed (error 1): Misc SQL Error: no such table: config
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Can’t get db version. New database?
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Initializing database
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Error: enum_begin failed (error 1): ?
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Error: enum_begin failed (error 1): ?
    2008-12-07 17:57:52 (40cab470): Full reload…
    2008-12-07 17:57:53 (40cab470): Starting mp3 scan
    2008-12-07 18:06:21 (40cab470): Starting playlist scan
    2008-12-07 18:06:24 (40cab470): Updating playlists
    2008-12-07 18:06:24 (40cab470): Scanned 4047 songs in 511 seconds
    2008-12-07 18:06:24 (40cab470): Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689

    Also any other advice would be welcome.

    #18161

    Anonymous

    I am also attaching my config file in case you want to look at it.
    Will you compare this to yours and tell me if there is a something wrong.

    #18162

    Anonymous

    anyway I figured it out. This forum lets people to deal with problems on their own 🙂 very useful

    #18163

    Anonymous

    Hi!

    Having the same problem (configuration page blank) with current ubuntu (8.10) package.

    logfile says cant find some files in:

    /usr/share/amt-daap/admin-root//lib-js/ …..

    when trying to display the configuration page. so i guess the “//” are the problem..
    maybe this helps.
    cool prog, bye,

    – pan –

    #18164

    Anonymous

    Hi!

    Having the same problem (configuration page blank) with current ubuntu (8.10) package (svn 1696).

    logfile says cant find some files in:

    /usr/share/amt-daap/admin-root//lib-js/ …..

    when trying to display the configuration page. so i guess the “//” are the problem..
    maybe this helps.
    cool prog, bye,

    – pan –

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