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> minidlna on Mint 14 - config problems
watty62
post Jan 26 2013, 11:07 AM
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Hi

I've installed minidlna on Linux Mint 14.

Originally when I ran the command:

sudo service minidlna start

I got the following errors:

[2013/01/26 14:07:34] getifaddr.c:73: error: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): No such device
[2013/01/26 14:07:34] minidlna.c:474: error: Media directory "/media/HardDrive/music # Use A, P, and V to restrict media 'type' in directory" not accessible! [No such file or directory]
[2013/01/26 14:07:34] utils.c:265: warn: make_dir: cannot create directory '/var/cache/minidlna # Needs to be un-commented']
[2013/01/26 14:07:34] minidlna.c:529: fatal: Database path not accessible! [/var/cache/minidlna # Needs to be un-commented]

I worked out that by commenting out the line

network_interface=eth0

in minidlna.conf gets rid of the error.

I'm still stuck with the others.

The media directory one is odd.

The location of my media is an external hard drive which is mounted on boot as /media/HardDrive/ I've checked and the path to that is OK.
so the config line for Audio is
media_dir=A, /media/HardDrive/Music

and it returns the error above.

I ran
chmod -R 755 /media/HardDrive to make sure permissions were ok - but still no joy.

I changed the audio direct line to

media_dir=A, /home/Watty/Music but that returned the same error.

If I comment out the line
media_dir=A , ......etc altogether

then it doesn't choke on subsequent lines
media_dir=P, /media/HardDrive/pictures

and
media_dir=V, /media/HardDrive/video

which is odd.

Lastly I haven't yet looked at the final error but appears to have a permissions issue in making or writing to
/etc/cache/minidlna
yet it does exist.

Thanks for any pointers!


Thanks for any help

Watty
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