ncmpc configuration(?) problem
As the time goes by, i try to test new programs whith my OpenBSD snapshot.
Lately i've been trying to make mpd + ncmpc work.These are the uncomented lines in my 'home/sepuku/.mpd/mpd.conf' :
music_directory "/mnt/internaldrives/sepuku/music" playlist_directory "/home/sepuku/.mpd/playlists" db_file "/home/sepuku/.mpd/mpd.db" log_file "/home/sepuku/.mpd/mpd.log" pid_file "/home/sepuku/.mpd/mpd.pid" state_file "/home/sepuku/.mpd/mpdstate" user "_mpd" bind_to_address "localhost" port "6600"
sudo mount /dev/wd1d /mnt/internaldrives
mpc update volume:100% repeat: off random: off single: off consume: off
Yet when i start ncmpc i see no music in the program.Please notice that the same configurations work like a charm in my thinkpad laptop which also runs snapshot.
Then i changed the music directrory to /usr/downloads/music and reboot(in case there was a chance to be necessary in order the changes to be applied)
but although the music directory is changed,if i start mpd it says: "/mnt/internaldrives/sepuku/music" is not a directory and of course ncmpc still won't find my music in neither of the directories.
Any ideas?I just can't understand why i can't make it work on my desktop.
|configuration, mpd, ncmpc|
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