cap1 wrote:This is an issue if you have had sqeezecenter installed then uninstalled it. Please PM and I will help you store the needed files.
kurir wrote:cap1 wrote:This is an issue if you have had sqeezecenter installed then uninstalled it. Please PM and I will help you store the needed files.
I am having the same problem, but how do I solve it on my readynas DUO without resetting to factory default (which I understand erase data)
tcjazzy wrote:Thanks CAP1 for helping me resolve this ongoing issue. This has and is affecting a lot of users, with virtually no support from Netgear or others. He simply directed me to copy the squeezecenter directory structure (files) into the /usr/share directory using an SSH file transfer tool. This structure provides the files, scripts etc, necessary for the Manage Remote page to work. Netgear should update the Remote application to include these files and not rely on having squeezecenter installed.
yoh-dah wrote:Try firmware re-install: http://readynas.com/forum/faq.php#How_d ... irmware%3F
tomNAS wrote:Hey all. First post so thought I'd try and be helpful! I did do a quick search in case anyone else had suggested this but didn't find it. If I missed it, please dismiss as yesterday's news!!
The problem seems to be the new 'squeezeboxserver' has a different folder name in /usr/share. Copying the folder to the old 'squeezecenter' does work, but also takes up some space.
It's possible (using something nice like WinSCP) to create a link to /usr/share/squeezeboxserver and just call it 'squeezecenter'. On my Duo that was enough to make the Remote software know what it's doing.
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