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  • #704

    plaetzchen

    Hi!

    I just installed mt-daapd on my Ubuntu Server. I strictly followed the instructions on the mt-daapd wiki. The installation works without problems. I started is using mt-daapd -f -d 5 as root. This is what I get:


    [email protected]:/home/pbrechler# mt-daapd -f -d 5
    Starting rendezvous daemon
    Current database version: 8
    Starting signal handler
    Loading playlists
    Initializing database
    Finished loading smart playlists
    Adding smart playlist AAC Files as 5
    Adding smart playlist Non-DRMed Music as 4
    Adding smart playlist Recently Added as 3
    Adding smart playlist 60's Music as 2
    Starting mp3 scan
    Found music file: Fred Vom Jupiter.MP3
    Signal handler started

    But I don’t see the server in iTunes and I can’t access the webinterface of mt-daapd, instead I get an 404 Error.
    Whats wrong here?

    Greets

    Philip

    #6955

    rpedde
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    @plaetzchen wrote:

    Hi!

    I just installed mt-daapd on my Ubuntu Server. I strictly followed the instructions on the mt-daapd wiki. The installation works without problems. I started is using mt-daapd -f -d 5 as root. This is what I get:


    [email protected]:/home/pbrechler# mt-daapd -f -d 5
    Starting rendezvous daemon
    Current database version: 8
    Starting signal handler
    Loading playlists
    Initializing database
    Finished loading smart playlists
    Adding smart playlist AAC Files as 5
    Adding smart playlist Non-DRMed Music as 4
    Adding smart playlist Recently Added as 3
    Adding smart playlist 60's Music as 2
    Starting mp3 scan
    Found music file: Fred Vom Jupiter.MP3
    Signal handler started

    But I don’t see the server in iTunes and I can’t access the webinterface of mt-daapd, instead I get an 404 Error.
    Whats wrong here?

    Greets

    Philip

    What does the 404 error say? It it from mt-daapd, or from something else (i.e. daapd)

    Also, would it be possible to run nightlies? svn-1359 is much more featureful, and easier to debug, I think. Those are on the nightlies page.

    — Ron

    #6956

    plaetzchen

    Oh my browser says that it cant connect to the Server.

    #6957

    plaetzchen

    While trying to install mt-daapd 1.400 nightly I get this


    checking for pthread_create in -lpthread... yes
    Must use either --enable-sqlite or --enable-sqlite3

    sqlite and sqlite3 are installed. Whats wrong?

    #6958

    rpedde
    Participant

    @plaetzchen wrote:

    While trying to install mt-daapd 1.400 nightly I get this


    checking for pthread_create in -lpthread... yes
    Must use either --enable-sqlite or --enable-sqlite3

    sqlite and sqlite3 are installed. Whats wrong?

    Do the configure with either “–enable-sqlite” or “–enable-sqlite3”. Or both. If you have sqlite and sqlite3 and the dev packes installed for both, then use both switches in the configure command.

    #6959

    plaetzchen

    so instead of ./configure I do it with ./configure –enable sqlite ?

    #6960

    rpedde
    Participant

    @plaetzchen wrote:

    so instead of ./configure I do it with ./configure –enable sqlite ?

    Correct. Or ./configure –enable-sqlite3, either way. (or with both).

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