where is the mediaserver.ini file ?

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mathamor
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where is the mediaserver.ini file ?

Post by mathamor » Fri Aug 31, 2007 2:00 pm

bonjour,

i've a macmini (g4) and the 4.3 twonkyvision ; i want to change the tcp port to 9100... but i don't find the mediaserver.ini file ! can somebody help me ?

Bombino
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Post by Bombino » Fri Sep 28, 2007 3:49 am

/usr/local/mediaserver/twonkyvision-mediaserver.ini

nighthawk663
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Post by nighthawk663 » Sat Nov 24, 2007 5:45 pm

It would also be helpful to note that /usr is hidden from finder.

If you want to access the config file, you'll need to do it through Terminal.app. If you're not comfortable using a Terminal, you might want to contact a nerdier friend, haha.

I can give you a brief run-down here:

1. Open Terminal.app
2. Typing this will change your current directory to the one specified:

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cd /usr/local/mediaserver/
3. Nano is a good editer for newbies. Commands are listed at the bottom.

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nano twonkyvision-mediaserver.ini
Edit it, then save it.

I should warn you: you have infinite modification capabilities while in terminal, and while most are protected and can only be accessed through a sudo, you must take care not to damage things.

Good luck.
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