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FLAC-Decoding Problems on MyBook

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  • #2447

    Anonymous

    Hello,

    I`m running firefly (1696) on a MyBook World Edition NAS, and have some problems getting firefly to decode FLACs correctly.
    When I use the start-up-script in init.d (as described in http://wiki.fireflymediaserver.org/MyBook_World_Edition_Install), the mediaserver does not deliver the decoded files to the clients. However, when I start the server via ssh manually, everything works fine.
    Maybe, there is a problem when the server does not run in a console? ps -ef shows “TTY = ?” when running it from the start-up-script and “TTY = pst/0” when running it from ssh-bash, that seems to be the only difference.
    Perhaps, someone has an idea how to fix it.

    Thanks in advance,
    Rene

    #17035

    Anonymous

    are you running the script as the same user that firefly runs as?

    Might be to do with shell / permissions etc

    #17036

    Anonymous

    @aldus wrote:

    are you running the script as the same user that firefly runs as?

    Might be to do with shell / permissions etc

    In order to test, I`ve run everything in root-mode (with rw-permissions of the share folder set to everyone). So, this should not be the problem.
    Perhaps it is possible to assign a shell to the application when it is started from the script, but I don`t know how to do it. I tried xterm and aterm, but the MyBook-Linux does not know these commands.

    Best regards,
    Rene

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