I'm also running the new beta firmware from QNAP (3.4.0).
Here's a screenshot of the MM-page
Any thoughts appreciated.
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Thread: MusicIP on QNAP 439
2011-01-08, 07:07 #31
Music IP stopped working since upgrading to 7.5.2
2011-01-09, 02:45 #32
Mr_Hide has a workaround
OK. So I did some searching over on hte QNAP forum. It seems the firmware upgrade is the culprit - something to do with user permissions on the MIP account. See Mr Hydes post here.
So the fix is to remove the user MIP in the users page (QNAP Admin Console) and create it again manually (putty):
adduser -h /opt/ssods4 -G everyone -D -H MIP
So after applying the 2 tasks above and doing a reboot I get all my library back:
2011-02-03, 15:23 #33
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- Feb 2011
Squeezeserver + MIP on QNAP TS-xx9
Hello BBear, *
seems I finally found a thread with somebody running Squeezeserver and MusicIP successfully on an Atom-based QNAP NAS.
Just migrated my Squeezeserver from my Synology DS209II+ (PowerPC) to QNAP TS-559+ using FlipFlip's SSOTS 4.9.1 with Squeezeserver 7.5.2
So far everything perfect :-)
With MusicIP now comes the tricky part as I did not find yet any consistent and up-to-date docu on how to get the combo up and running.
Currently I am 'fingerprinting' my mp3 files with the MusicIP Mixer on my Win7 tower but after that .. I want to mix on songs on QNAP!
BBear, would it be possible that you briefly outline how to proceed to get things running on QNAP? I do have very basic knowledge with Linux but otherwise not too bad with regards to computers & programming .)
Any hint/link/etc would be great!
Thanks in advance
2013-05-20, 08:22 #34
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- Apr 2005
- Hampshire, UK
I just got a QNAP TS569 Pro for FTP, backup etc., but also see that it can run LMS. I've had Squeeze running of a windows server for 10+ years, so quite familiar and very happy in that environment. I just installed LMS on the QNAP and it seems to run fine. I do however use MIP and in particular SugarCube for mixes, and wanted to install MIP.
Given that some time has passed since this thread started and considering the growth in NAS devices for more than simple storage, is there an (even more) basic install guide than the OP has posted here, or perhaps some more recent experiences that someone could post?
For example, the QNAP seems to want to install only approved apps using QPKG, so how do I get closer to the raw system in order to physically make the changes required. The root directory structure seems unavailable, so I figure something needs installing so I get that visibility. My background is Windows, so this will be a step learning curve..
I have downloaded the Linux x86 version of MIP.
Moving on from this, there appeared to be some issues to do with rebuilding the cache on reboot because it is not saved to a hard disk. Is this something that has been overcome now? I may well end up continuing to run LMS off the windows server, but so far I am very impressed with the QNAP and if nothing else it will be a good backup.