I came up with the brilliant idea that it would be good to update the Twonky client on my NAS drive (My Book Live). I used the following instructions widespread on the Internet:
mv twonkymedia-5 twonky5old
mkdir twonkymedia-5 cd twonkymedia-5
mv /usr/local/sbin/writeTwonkyContentDir.sh /usr/local/sbin/writeTwonkyContentDir.sh.old
If there are any errors in this section, it is by the insertion.
The syntax in PuTTy was definitely correct.
Currently I have installed the version 7.0.5 because I had the same problems (more later) with old version but I have a license for it the current verison.
The problem is that Twonky doesn’t work!
Installtion problem up to this command.
MyBookLive:/usr/local/twonkymedia-5# mv /usr/local/sbin/writeTwonkyContentDir.sh /usr/local/sbin/writeTwonkyContentDir.sh.old mv: cannot stat `/usr/local/sbin/writeTwonkyContentDir.sh’: No such file or directory
My solution: backup of the old file (TwonkyContentDir.sh) using WinSCP and rename it to writeTwonkyContentDir.sh.old I think nothig else to the command mv
When I reboot PuTTy brings a Fatal Error (Server unexpectedly closed network connection) but I think is normal
No access to “WD HDD IP” 9000/config possible
What I try
Original state with by restoring twonky5old (it doesn’t works too)
6.0.38 version installed
Version 7.0.5 installed (Both in the orignial state)
The point is why Twonky doesn’t start?
I tried it over /etc/init.d/twonky start -> Twonky media server not found
The checkmark in the Web interface of the NAS is also activated
So, it’s a bad situation for me.
No return and no way in front of me. I’ve already spent hours surfing the experiment and grateful for every tip.
I would have been glad if it’s the same state as before again.