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Install a streaming network MP3 server UNIX
Haven't seen this mentioned in many places but it deserves note. There is a nice streaming net jukebox on sourceforge called Netjuke. I installed it last week and am very impressed with its capabilities. Great for accessing a centralized MP3 collection on a LAN and even works over the internet from a remote location.

The setup involves and requires PHP and an SQL database - but I had no problems doing the setup with no knowledge of PHP or SQL. The developer is also very active and responsive.
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Authored by: uurf on Jan 16, '02 12:45:25AM

after running the recursive finder, I get the following error:

85 MP3 file(s) have been successfully queued for import.
Warning: fopen("/Users/<username>/Sites/netjuke//var/data/import/bckp-1011158837","w") - Permission denied in /Users/<username>/Sites/netjuke/lib/inc-admin.php on line 36

Warning: Supplied argument is not a valid File-Handle resource in /Users/<username>/Sites/netjuke/lib/inc-admin.php on line 38

Warning: Supplied argument is not a valid File-Handle resource in /Users/<username>/Sites/netjuke/lib/inc-admin.php on line 40

Warning: Rename failed (No such file or directory) in /Users/<username>/Sites/netjuke/lib/inc-admin.php on line 42
» View the file to be imported.
» Proceed to the file import script tool..
No errors were found.
(of course, <username> is my actual username in the error)

at this point there is nothing to do, and nothing gets imported. In fact, not even the Toodadoo.mp3 file is successfully imported.

Any suggestions what might be wrong with my setup?

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still not up
Authored by: bluehz on Jan 16, '02 07:41:02AM

This is a common problem. You need to change the permissions on netjuke/etc/inc-prefs.php, netjuke/var/data/import/, netjuke/var/data/backup/ so they are world writeable.

See the tutorial here:

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Authored by: mithras on Jan 16, '02 01:16:33PM

that tutorial was just what i was hoping for. It should really be a hint of ots own!

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Authored by: bluehz on Jan 16, '02 06:43:19PM

glad it helped. I would also recommend subscribing to the Netjuke-users mailing list on Sourceforge. Great info here - the developer is very active.

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your welcome
Authored by: c.i.t on Jan 21, '02 02:07:39PM

Thanks for your compliment, I'm glad that my litle tutorial is helping people out ;-)

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