I tried to upgrade Twonky on my Linkstation Live to 4.4.9 this morning but with no success. When the Linkstation starts the Twonkymedia UPnP device doesn't show up in My Network Places as it did before and I can't get to the web configuration page. If I telnet in to the device and run ps I get this:
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root@MINTCHOCCHIP:~# ps | grep twonky 30006 root 464 S /mnt/disk1/share/twonky/twonkymedia 30958 root Z [twonkymediaserv] 30987 root 512 S grep twonky root@MINTCHOCCHIP:~#
If I kill the server and start it from the command line I get this:
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root@LINKSTATION:~# /mnt/disk1/share/twonky/twonkymedia root@LINKSTATION:~# TwonkyMedia Version 4.4.9 LOG_SYSTEM: reading ini file: "/mnt/disk1/share/twonky/twonkyvision-mediaserver. ini".
I tried to install the upgrade twice, but with the same results. Firstly I zipped up the (working) install directory as a backup. Then I shut down twonky, copied the files from twonkymedia-linkstation-live-20081002.zip over the install directory, then rebooted the Linkstation. When that didn't work I shut down the server, copied back the backup twonky directory and rebooted - it worked as it did before I started the upgrade. The second time I used the SetupNAS utility, which fails in the same way as before. I've also tried copying across the old twonkyvision-mediaserver.ini, but that doesn't seem to work either.
Like I say, I can roll back to my backup version, but that version doesn't let me view my video files on my PS3.
Any help or ideas would be appreciated.
[EDIT] I found the problem - I hadn't deleted the twonkymedia.db. After I did that and rebooted, the database rebuilt itself, the UPnP service started and I could watch videos on my PS3.