Hi William, I tried Twonky on my LS2 (Mips) and found it worked for several days but then would stop responding. I saw the same - netstat showing that the portMessage 1 of 2 , Jun 4, 2009View SourceHi William,
I tried Twonky on my LS2 (Mips) and found it worked for several days but then would stop responding. I saw the same - netstat showing that the port was listening. I tried configuring Twonky to use a different port, but it still stopped responding after a few minutes. My LS2 is running OpenLink.
I have stopped usisng Twonky and no use the freeware MediaTomb. You can get a staically linked binary, ie it runs as-is on the Linkstation - it does not require any shared libraries, from:
The LS1 (PPC) file is mediatomb-static-0.11.0-r1-linux-uclibc-ppce300c2.tar.gz and the one for the LS2 (MIPS) is mediatomb-static-0.11.0-r2-linux-uclibc-mips2el.tar.gz.
On 03/06/2009 08:01, william.plowman@... wrote:
I used Twonkyvision successfully on my Linkstation for several years. After having to rebuild my Linkstation following a drive failure I installed firefly rather than twonkyvision. I now have a need to run Twonky again.
I downloaded the NAS installer from Twonky's website (see Link below). It appears to install ok and I can see the twonkymedia processes running. However, I cannot open the web page or connect from my media player (BT Internet Radio). netstat -an shows that the LS is listening on port 9000.
http://www.twonkyfo rum.com/unsuppor ted/4.4.11/ twonkymedia- linkstation- v2-mipsel- 4.4.11-20090108. zip
- Has anybody else og this working?
- Have I missed something?
- Does anybody have an older version of Twonky NAS installer? (I'm sorry I cannot remember which version of Twonky I had running before).
(Note, I have a key for Twonky).
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