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    I’m following along the NSLU2 Installation wiki page ( I’ve got a 1gig stick on port 1 and a maxtor onetouch on port 2. There’s a piece towards the end of the page about how to “move Firefly’s songs database from its default location on the memory stick (/opt/var/mt-daapd) to your hard disk”, but the commands following it look munged to me. They say:

    # cd /share/flash/data
    # mkdir mt-daapd
    agate d# chmod 777 mt-daapd

    What should that 3rd line be? Is it missing something that ‘agate’ is apart of, or is that just line-noise?



    There is something munched but it no unix command.

    The 3 commands make perfect sense and what should follow them is a mv command.



    That seems reasonable. Unfortunately, the wiki won’t let me edit the page. From what I gather, it should be:

    # cd /share/flash/data
    # mkdir mt-daapd
    # chmod 777 mt-daapd
    # mv /opt/var/mt-daapd/songs.db mt-daapd/

    Thanks! I’m inch by inch getting closer to having this setup…

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