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.
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.