Well done on such a great app, it's something that really expands the use of the WDTV. I only installed WDLXTV yesterday with the hope of getting MiniDLNA running so I can stream videos to my Android phone, and a tablet in the future. I'm reall
I've got an issue though that I can't resolve.
FW Base: 1.05.04
Current version: 0.5.1.1
1- Installed WDLXTV
2- Installed ffmpeg 0.7.1-1.1 and minidlna 18.104.22.168-1.6 through the Addons manager (great work with the web front end by the way!)
3- Using the File Manager, I copied mindlna.conf to /conf
4- I edited /conf/minidlna.conf adding "media_dir=/tmp/media/usb/USB2/1ADC8962DC893951" (do you know how I change the name of my attached USB storage to something more meaningful?)
5- I restarted the WD TV Live media player
6- After a few minutes I load up my DLNA streaming application on my Android phone (Skifta)
7- I can select "WDTVLIVE: root" as a media source
8- I can stream videos
9- After a few minutes it stops working and "WDTVLIVE: root" is no longer available as a media source. On the WDLXTV web front end, it shows that MiniDLNA is currently started.
Do you have any advice about what the problem is and why it is removed as a media source? At the moment I'm guessing it's an issue with building the dbContents of var/minidlna.log
[1999/12/31 16:01:36] minidlna.c:897: warn: Starting MiniDLNA version 1.0.21 [SQLite 3.7.5].
[1999/12/31 16:01:36] minidlna.c:920: warn: Creating new database...
[1999/12/31 16:01:37] scanner.c:719: warn: Scanning /tmp/media/usb/USB2/1ADC8962DC893951
[1999/12/31 16:01:37] minidlna.c:985: warn: HTTP listening on port 8200
[1999/12/31 16:02:42] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:03:42] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:04:42] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:05:42] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:06:42] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:07:48] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:08:42] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:09:42] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:10:36] scanner.c:498: warn: Unsuccessful getting details for /tmp/media/usb/USB2/1ADC8962DC893951/TV Series/Breaking Bad/Season 3/metadata/2106591.jpg!
[1999/12/31 16:10:42] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly
[1999/12/31 16:11:41] upnphttp.c:958: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedlyContents of conf/minidlna.conf
# port for HTTP (descriptions, SOAP, media transfer) traffic
# network interface to bind to (this is the only interface that will serve files)
# set this to the directory you want scanned.
# * if have multiple directories, you can have multiple media_dir= lines
# * if you want to restrict a media_dir to a specific content type, you
# can prepend the type, followed by a comma, to the directory:
# + "A" for audio (eg. media_dir=A,/home/jmaggard/Music)
# + "V" for video (eg. media_dir=V,/home/jmaggard/Videos)
# + "P" for images (eg. media_dir=P,/home/jmaggard/Pictures)
# set this if you want to customize the name that shows up on your clients
#friendly_name=My DLNA Server
# set this if you would like to specify the directory where you want MiniDLNA to store its database and album art cache
# set this if you would like to specify the directory where you want MiniDLNA to store its log file
# this should be a list of file names to check for when searching for album art
# note: names should be delimited with a forward slash ("/")
# set this to no to disable inotify monitoring to automatically discover new files
# note: the default is yes
# set this to yes to enable support for streaming .jpg and .mp3 files to a TiVo supporting HMO
# set this to strictly adhere to DLNA standards.
# * This will allow server-side downscaling of very large JPEG images,
# which may hurt JPEG serving performance on (at least) Sony DLNA products.
# default presentation url is http address on port 80
# notify interval in seconds. default is 895 seconds.
# serial and model number the daemon will report to clients
# in its XML description