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- 4th May 2006 at 8:01 pm #240EvadGuest
Evening All, Please be gentle with me, it’s my first post 🙂
Previously had mt-daapd working on my kubuntu server. Installed from .deb file, configured /etc/mt-daapd.conf and it just worked.
Recently set up a new server, kubuntu again, and this time I cannot get mt-daapd to start. Error message shown below.
[email protected]:/var/log# mt-daapd -f start
Current database version: 8
Starting signal handler
input in flex scanner failed
I ran with -f option to see what is going on. Error message in last line has me stumped…what does “input in flex scaner failed” suggest?
Post edited by: Evad, at: 2006/05/04 13:025th May 2006 at 10:42 am #4270rpeddeParticipant
bad playlist, usually. Check the playlist and see what that looks like.
You can also run -f -p, which will parse teh playlist file and show you where it’s cratering.
— Ron5th May 2006 at 11:13 am #4271EvadGuest
Thanks for the suggestion. I’m at work right now, but will check once I get home. I’ll post the outcome then.
Dave5th May 2006 at 3:41 pm #4272EvadGuest
Thanks Ron, seems was a bad playlist file. I trashed it and used my backup playlist file and all is good.
Thanks for the tip on option flags too!
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