Debian :: Gnome Music Player Client Refused Connection?
Jan 22, 2011
I'm building a music server using an Alix board with Voyage linux installed on that. The Alix board is attached to my laptop, running Debian, and the laptop acts as the file server via NFS.
I have MPD installed and configured on the Alix board, and have configured NFS on the Alix board to look for the directory where my music files are on the laptop.
I'm directly connecting the Alix board and the Laptop with a crossover cable as I don't want internet access - this is purely for storing and playing my FLAC files via the hi fi. As a result I've setup static IP addresses on both the Alix board and the Laptop, using 10.0.0.1 as the Laptop address and 10.0.0.2 for the Alix board address. Both the Laptop and Alix board have a netmask of 255.0.0.0
The Laptop /etc/network/interfaces output is
# The loopback network interface
iface lo inet loopback
iface eth0 inet static
1. Comment out the "bind to any address = "any" line in the mpd.conf, but that didn't solve it.
2. I'm wondering if I need to setup my routing tables so that it uses a static route, but I don't think that will help as I'm not connecting via a router.
The Laptop is an IBM Thinkpad and not a Mac (I've read about people with Mac's having problems like this).
As far as I know I don't have any firewalls - The Debian install is just disks 1 and 2, and I haven't installed any firewalls (but not sure if Debian comes with one as standard?) The Alix board has the Voyage distribution specifically for Alix and I'm certain that doesn't have anything like a firewall built into it as Voyage is a very stripped down linux kernel.
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What I want is a script or app that will "unlock" my server so I can actually do something with it instead of constantly trying new settings and packages in the vain hope it will then actually 'serve'. I am missing something here. There is nothing of value on this server that cannot be 'exposed' to the internet, so I'd be happy to turn off all the security just so the damn thing allowed connections...!
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Obviously have not given all all the deps, but the last 7 odd ones tell you what I mean. If anybody knows of any good music player which has similar functionality as banshee lemme know. Look for two things:-
a. Should be able to play all and any music format (have all the plugins) b. Should be able to close it and have it in the system tray playing in the background.
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