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  • #601
    wmkrahling
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    Brand New to Firefly

    I have setup mt-daap and works fine BUT

    Is there a webpage to configure the app. I am not talking about the wiki to explain the configuration, but something I log into and make playlists, change configuration, add or change shared directories? Similar to FreeNAS or most home routers. Mt-daap says it is web-based configuration

    Am I just missing it?

    If not – Huge suggestion that I will move to the request list.

    #6477
    sonichouse
    Participant

    the web config runs on port 3689 e.g. http://slug:3689

    the default password is mt-daapd

    #6478
    rpedde
    Participant

    @wmkrahling wrote:

    Brand New to Firefly

    I have setup mt-daap and works fine BUT

    Is there a webpage to configure the app. I am not talking about the wiki to explain the configuration, but something I log into and make playlists, change configuration, add or change shared directories? Similar to FreeNAS or most home routers. Mt-daap says it is web-based configuration

    Am I just missing it?

    If not – Huge suggestion that I will move to the request list.

    Like wmkrahling said, and the password is the “admin_pw” in config. If you are running on win or mac, there is a button in the tray/prefs app that will push you into the web config.

    #6479
    wmkrahling
    Guest

    My media is on a Linux (Ubuntu) box. OK I got in and it looks good, but the webconfig is “read Only”

    Any Ubuntu users have any suggestions. I do not understand why it has to be in root. Unless the box is used by multiple users.

    Even so. Webpage config. Great idea if it was not read only.

    #6480
    polak
    Guest

    You need to change the permissions of the mt-daapd.conf file amd then you can edit it via the webconfig: –

    sudo chmod a+rwx /etc/mt-dpaad.conf (for example)

    One effect however appears to be that an edit via webconfig strips out all those useful hashed out comment lines automatically so do make a copy first.

    I’m running on a Ubuntu box too!

    #6481
    rpedde
    Participant

    @polak wrote:

    One effect however appears to be that an edit via webconfig strips out all those useful hashed out comment lines automatically so do make a copy first.

    Nightlies preserves the comments, as a FYI.

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