- 26th January 2006 at 8:03 pm #165AnonymousGuest
Due to the fact that another daapd software was unable to unset the default runtime rescan I decided to install mt-daapd on my openbsd system.
Successfully it was done with the 0.2.3 tarball. But when accessing the administrative web interface for mt-daapd i noticed this:
Service Status Control
Rendezvous Stopped Start MDNS Server
DAAP Server Running Stop DAAP Server
When clicking on “Start MDNS Server” it remains Stopped.
And if i run “mt-daapd -d 9 -f” and crop the part when clicking on “Start MDNS Server” this is my term output:
When i ran the other daapd software I had no problem with running mDNSResponder.
Openbsd 3.8, mt-daapd 0.2.3, howl-1.0.0, libid3tag-0.15.1b…
Intel Celeron 700MHz, 256RAM, 320+8GB IDE HDD
Post edited by: Fredrik, at: 2006/01/27 02:0127th January 2006 at 7:21 am #3924rpeddeParticipant
That’s an interface bug, I think.
Was it compiled with howl, or the built-in responder, or with –disable-mdns? And was it run with the -m option?
Most importantly, does it show up in iTunes? If so, something is working. 🙂 Don’t know if it’s howl or the built in mdns responder, but something is working.
— Ron27th January 2006 at 11:14 am #3925rpeddeParticipant
okay. You can only use the built-in mdns, or howl — the two step on each other. So if you want to use howl (and you probably do), then you need to compile with “–enable-howl”. Everything should come out okay then.
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