I’m trying to give twonky an easier life by restricting the directories it has to crawl and index.
I would like to have
contentdir=+M|/Public/Shared Music,+V|/Shared Videos,+P|/Shared Pictures
If I make changes to the shares via the web ui on port 9000, these are not saved . next time I restart twonky they revert to default
if I change what *appears* to be the master set of defaults at /usr/local/twonkymedia-5/twonkymedia-server-default.ini
and restart twonky , no change
If I clear out the /CacheVolume/twonkymedia/ directory and restart twonky. My changes at 2) are not reflected in the new twonkymedia-server.ini that is recreated in /CacheVolume/twonkymedia directory
If I stop twonky, edit the ini file in /CacheVolume/twonkymedia, then restart twonky, guess what. It gets overwritten within minutes.
My problem is I have media which I want twonky to index and I have some sysmtem backups , which may contain media but I don’t want twonky to index. They both share a common root of /Public. I’m trying to reduce the amount of content twonky needs to crawl , yet for all my efforts it seems like it always defaults
I’m wondering if I need to modify /etc/init.d/twonky and specify a new ini file on the command line, but before I do that I wanted to check and see if anyone else has had this problem ?