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Multiple instances on NSLU2 with debian etch

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  • #2249
    johnboy4809
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    hi to everyone here

    I know multiple instances of mt-daapd have been covered before, but im still getting stuck. i am running debian etch on my nslu2 and whilst there are instructions to do this on over nslu2 installs i cant find one for debian. i created multiple playlists in /etc along side the original mt-daapd.conf but the people say to edit files in the opt directory and cant find any of these files. can anyone help me with a step by step way to get multiple instances up and running on my etch nslu2

    thanks to you all

    #16419
    rpedde
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    @johnboy4809 wrote:

    hi to everyone here

    I know multiple instances of mt-daapd have been covered before, but im still getting stuck. i am running debian etch on my nslu2 and whilst there are instructions to do this on over nslu2 installs i cant find one for debian. i created multiple playlists in /etc along side the original mt-daapd.conf but the people say to edit files in the opt directory and cant find any of these files. can anyone help me with a step by step way to get multiple instances up and running on my etch nslu2

    thanks to you all

    copy /etc/mt-daapd.conf to /etc/mt-daapd2.conf. Change port. Change mp3_dir. Change server name. Change db_params from /var/cache/mt-daapd to /var/cache/mt-daapd2. Save the file.

    mkdir /var/cache/mt-daapd2
    chmod 777 /var/cache.mt-daapd2

    /usr/sbin/mt-daapd -c /etc/mt-daapd2.conf

    That should do it. Other than that, it’s just a matter of tuning the stuff to be the way you want it to be.

    Yell if that doesnt’ work.

    — Ron

    #16420
    johnboy4809
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    cheers for that ron

    worked perfectly, sorry for late reply been away and just got back and read your post, thanks for your help

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