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David Kinmond
2004-04-20, 23:53
Hi,

I'm running using iTunes under 5.1.4 on XP, slimserver can see my iTunes
playlists but thinks they are all empty any ideas? The playlist names
are also shown with the space control characters in them? (%20)

Cheers

Marty
2004-04-21, 00:03
Please excuse my ignorance, or laziness if this is in the manual, or a previous thread. But, I just recieved my SB, set it up and absolutely LOVE IT! I've already taken advantage of the streaming mp3s over the net capability, and it's great. That last topic is what leads me to my question... Is there a way to password protect the server software, so that when somebody types in... http://myip:9000 , they're prompted for a password before being able to continue?

Marty

=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Johan_H=FCbner?=
2004-04-21, 00:07
Marty wrote:

> Please excuse my ignorance, or laziness if this is in the manual, or a
> previous thread. But, I just recieved my SB, set it up and absolutely
> LOVE IT! I've already taken advantage of the streaming mp3s over the
> net capability, and it's great. That last topic is what leads me to my
> question... Is there a way to password protect the server software, so
> that when somebody types in... http://myip:9000 , they're prompted for a
> password before being able to continue?
>
> Marty
>
As a notorious submitter of RTFM questions, please let me answer this
one. In the Server Settings in the web interface there is a heading
called Security. It is possible to set a userid and a password there.

/Johan

--
Johan Hübner --!!johan (AT) hubner (DOT) se!!--

kdf
2004-04-21, 00:14
yup, already covered in messages earlier today.

Quoting David Kinmond <david_kinmond (AT) bigfoot (DOT) com>:

> Hi,
>
> I'm running using iTunes under 5.1.4 on XP, slimserver can see my iTunes
> playlists but thinks they are all empty any ideas? The playlist names
> are also shown with the space control characters in them? (%20)
>
> Cheers
>

Daniel Cohen
2004-04-21, 01:41
On 21/4/04 at 9:07 am +0200, Johan Hübner wrote
>As a notorious submitter of RTFM questions, please let me answer
>this one. In the Server Settings in the web interface there is a
>heading called Security. It is possible to set a userid and a
>password there.

To be precise, there is an item at the bottom of Server Settings
called Additional Server Settings, which is very easy to miss. Click
on that to get a whole load of additional settings, including the
Security item.
--
Daniel Cohen