pabloliracecilio | 17 Apr 01:05 2008
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Re: blank page as result when accessing the root of gnump3d-server

i've solved that problem,

do this
sudo gedit /etc/fstab

once there find the line that mounts the partiton that contains the root folder of gnump3d,
in my case, it was root = /media/backup2/musicas (see it at /etc/gnump3d/gnump3d.conf ) , so the partiton
is the following

UUID=474E-D645   /media/backup2 vfat    defaults,utf8,umask=007,gid=46 0       1

change its permissions lake that

UUID=474E-D645  /media/backup2  vfat    defaults,utf8,umask=002,gid=46 0       1

reboot your system or remount the partiton, i recomend the first.

the problem was that the partiton that contained the root of gnump3d was a fat32 partition 
with mount permissions  umask =007, that means that the user gnump3d can't access the folder seting it to
umask = 002 would souve the probem...

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pabloliracecilio | 17 Apr 00:58 2008
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Re: blank page as result when accessing the root of gnump3d-server

i've solved that problem,

do this
sudo gedit /etc/fstab

once there find the line that mounts the partiton that contains the root folder of gnump3d,
in my case, it was root = /media/backup2/musicas (see it at /etc/gnump3d/gnump3d.conf ) , so the partiton
is the following

UUID=474E-D645   /media/backup2 vfat    defaults,utf8,umask=007,gid=46 0       1

change its permissions lake that

UUID=474E-D645  /media/backup2  vfat    defaults,utf8,umask=002,gid=46 0       1

reboot your system or remount the partiton, i recomend the first.

the problem was that the partiton that contained the root of gnump3d was a fat32 partition 
with mount permissions  umask =007, that means that the user gnump3d can't access the folder seting it to
umask = 002 would souve the probem...

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Bruce McArdle | 27 Apr 08:51 2008
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line-in streaming

Is it possible to use gnump3d to stream the audio line-in port as a 
real-time mp3 (stream)? 
Is gnump3d the right tool for this or would something like Icecast be 
more appropriate?  My end goal is to be able to point something like 
winamp to my personal server and hear whatever audio source I may have 
piped into the sound card.

I'm using the gnump3d in windows running under cygwin if that makes any 
difference.

Thanks,
Bruce

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