I've set up MusicIP and Squeezebox Server on a new installation of Ubuntu 10.10 64-bit and done everything the way I have for a few years. The problem is Squeezebox Server is not seeing MusicIP when first booted.
I installed Boot-Up Manager and changed the priority of mmserver to 15 and left squeezeboxserver at 20 (as I've done many times). However, after rebooting, SBS does not see MIP. If I then restart SBS manually, everything is fine.
Has something about start up priorities changed in 10.10 64-bit? I even made mmserver 10 and SBS 60 thinking that might help, but no luck.
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2010-12-03, 22:33 #1
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- Jan 2006
MusicIP & Squeezebox start priority