pindropsoup wrote:Once I reinstalled SC, it would no longer work. I tried repeating de/installation and rebooting, but no matter what SC would not start up. I called Netgear, they took $70 and after about an hour corrected the problem by uploading/installing cleanslimserver.
pindropsoup wrote:So after another full day of varioius tweaks, I am back where I started. I cannot get this thing to load itunes playlists. or anything from itunes for that matter. It scans the files like before (16 playlists even though there are only 2 in my test directory) but nothing shows up.
I've now spend way too much time on this. I don't even really want iTunes - I want playlists.
I have an 80 GB music library and want to access it via playlists - I was told iTunes was the way to go.
pindropsoup wrote:I really like the Squeezebox product, loving the radio services -
pindropsoup wrote:but Squeezecenter is junk or at least the implementation is in the Readynas 1100.
pindropsoup wrote:There are several threads about getting SC to work - or scan (takes over 8 hours to complete a library scan for me). But there is very little discussion about playlists. What are the options?
playlist_path='/home/xxx/Desktop' # the directory the playlists are in on the NAS
# Find all m3u files in the playlist_path
for file in $playlist_path/*.m3u
# strip extension from source file name
target=$playlist_path'/'`basename $file .m3u`_linux.m3u
# skip files that don't contain the window's source path
if ((`grep 'M:\\\\' $file | wc -l` != 0)); then
sed 's/M:\\/\/c\/share\//' $file | sed 's/\\/\//g' > $target
#uncomment the next line to have the new m3u replace the old one
#mv $target $file
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