Fedora Install

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oilytin
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Fedora Install

Post by oilytin » Wed Mar 18, 2009 11:25 pm

hi, could anyone out there please help me installing tms 4.4.11 on fedora 9, i keep running into problems with permissions for the install scripts i have read the readme file but cant make head nor tail of that either.

thanks
anthony

kaneda187
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AV Hardware: Laptop to Xbox360 streaming video and music wireless network to laptop and xbox connected to modem.

Re: Fedora Install

Post by kaneda187 » Thu Mar 19, 2009 11:14 am

this guide helped me its for ubuntu though as long as your using gnome though its fairly similar!

http://badoh.com/2008/01/howto-stream-m ... ith-linux/

oilytin
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Re: Fedora Install

Post by oilytin » Thu Mar 19, 2009 8:00 pm

thanks for reply, think i have now managed to do the basic install and start it manually using the script provided but am now stuck trying to get it to auto start if anyone could explain the last bit of the howto.doc that would be great as it seems like this is all i need now

To enable autostart of the server, you need to be a Linux expert,
because all Linux flavours differ and no general procedure can be
suggested. In many cases "twonkymedia.sh" could be adapted to your
needs and linked into an appropriate location to enable autostart. The
script is intended to work on SUSE, OpenSUSE, Fedora Core and other
Linux Standard Base (LSB) compliant systems when installed into
/etc/init.d and linked to rc3.d and rc5.d as S99twonkyserver and
K99twonkyserver:
"ln s ../twonkymedia.sh S99twonkyserver"
"ln s ../twonkymedia.sh K99twonkyserver"

thanks
Anthony

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