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  • #2039

    Anonymous

    I just changed recently reset up my network, and now my daapd server on xubuntu linux 7.10 is not accessible.

    I can see the share from both itunes on my windows computer and amarok on the computer serving the share, and the web interface says that it detects all 3000 songs, but when I load the share, I can’t see anything. It also says that bonjour is stopped, but I don’t know if this has anything to do with it. I scoured the forums looking for a similar case, but couldn’t find any, so any help would be appreciated.

    #15239

    EVILRipper
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    How do you load your share? Simply by selecting it in iTunes? If the webadmin is running, and iTunes sees the share, it should indeed show.

    Check your log file. (/var/log/mt-daapd.log)
    If it doesn’t exist, uncomment it in your config file (/etc/mt-daapd.conf) and restart mt-daapd. (/etc/init.d/mt-daapd restart)

    If the log file doesn’t show anything, try raising the debuglevel to level 5 or even level 9.

    Hope this will help you find the cause of the problem.

    Btw: “Bonjour is stopped” is a bug in the older, stable version of mt-daapd. I guess you installed mt-daapd by running “apt-get install mt-daapd” which installs that version. Ignore it, it works fine.

    #15240

    Anonymous

    I loaded the share just by selecting itunes, and the webadmin is running and showing that all my songs are recognized, but still when I load it it does not show.

    The log file exists, and I set it to level 5 with no results.

    I also deleted the sqlite .db file to see if that would fix the problem, but after the mt-daapd restarted and rescanned all of the songs, I still could not see them.

    The firewall is open on the appropriate port (3689), and the version is svn-1586.

    #15241

    rpedde
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    @moorederodeo wrote:

    I loaded the share just by selecting itunes, and the webadmin is running and showing that all my songs are recognized, but still when I load it it does not show.

    The log file exists, and I set it to level 5 with no results.

    I also deleted the sqlite .db file to see if that would fix the problem, but after the mt-daapd restarted and rescanned all of the songs, I still could not see them.

    The firewall is open on the appropriate port (3689), and the version is svn-1586.

    What does it do? Does it spin like it’s going to connect, and then not connect? Or does the “eject” light light up like it’s connected but no items are shown?

    Do the songs show up in amarok?

    What does it show on a -d9 log? Anything interesting?

    #15242

    Anonymous

    The eject light lights up like it’s connected, but no items are shown, with the same thing happening in amarok.

    The log file shows these lines:

    2007-12-18 19:41:35 (b75306c0): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2007-12-18 19:41:35 (b75306c0): Starting signal handler
    2007-12-18 19:41:35 (b75306c0): Initializing database
    2007-12-18 19:41:36 (b75306c0): Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689
    2007-12-18 19:41:36 (b75306c0): Listening on port 3689
    2007-12-18 19:41:36 (b75306c0): Starting server thread
    2007-12-18 19:41:36 (b75306c0): Registering rendezvous names
    2007-12-18 19:41:36 (b75306c0): Serving 3201 songs. Startup complete in 1 seconds
    2007-12-19 05:48:16 (b64dab90): Thread 217: Entering ws_returnerror (401: Unauthorized)
    2007-12-19 05:48:17 (b64dab90): Thread 218: Entering ws_returnerror (401: Unauthorized)
    #15243

    EVILRipper
    Participant

    Unauthorized; Wrong password?
    Do you have a password on your music? You could try turning it off and restart firefly.

    I do remember typing the wrong password in iTunes once, and clicking the “remember password” checkbox. It was pretty much impossible to have him ask for another password, since he automatically applied the remembered, wrong password.

    As for Amarok, no idea. Never tried.

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