2nd June 2007 at 11:22 am #1445
After a night of searching and finding nothing that could help me, I reach out to the experts.
I run into a problem with the mp3 scanning when I try to start mt-daapd. This is my output:
# mt-daapd -f
Starting with debuglevel 2
Starting rendezvous daemon
*** WARNING *** The programme 'mt-daapd' uses the HOWL compatiblity layer of Avahi.
*** WARNING *** Please fix your application to use the native API of Avahi!
*** WARNING *** For more information see
Starting signal handler
Signal handler started
Starting mp3 scan
Cannot open /home/media/A & E Dept. - The Rabbit's Name Was.mp3
Skipping /home/media/A & E Dept. - The Rabbit's Name Was.mp3 - scan failed
Cannot open /home/media/01 Tereza My Love.mp3
Skipping /home/media/01 Tereza My Love.mp3 - scan failed
Starting playlist scan
Scanned 0 songs in 0 seconds
Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689
Listen port: Address already in use
Error staring web server: Address already in use
[email protected]:~# Rendezvous socket closed (daap server crashed?) Aborting.
I can view the DAAP server via another computer, but, obviously, there are no songs in it.
I use Ubuntu Feisty and have full ability to play mp3s in rhythmbox if these relate (gstreamer0.8-plugins).
Anybody have an idea what the problem is?2nd June 2007 at 11:40 am #10998
are you sure your avahi-daemon is running?
The port is already in use, so maybe you are restarting an instance of mt-daapd, or have other DAAP servers running (banshee, rhythmbox?)
Other than that, mt-daapd runs as nobody/nobody. So make sure that user has read access to the mp3 files, and read & execute to the directory tree beneath your music_dir 😉2nd June 2007 at 12:07 pm #10999
YES! Rhythmbox was running daap. This has fixed my problem! Thank you very much. I have turned it off, and life is good.
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