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Content directory isn't absolute?
20-02-2017, 15:34
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Content directory isn't absolute?
Please provide help regarding the media folder or content directory

On the QNAP NAS I installed JAVA JRE 8.65.0 and then minimserver! The error logs display NO errors.

On the iPAD 2 I installed the Minim-APP! The app finds however only few music files although under I: / Music II various titles are stored (about 100 GB). Which path is required? The paths
https: /192.168.X.XX OR I: \ OR Data (\\ 192.XXX.XX) (ISmile of the MinimStatus are displayed as errors (Content directory is not absolute)!

How can indexing the music titles be achieved?

With best thanks in advance.

Bernd
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20-02-2017, 17:17 (This post was last modified: 20-02-2017 17:18 by simoncn.)
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RE: Content directory isn't absolute?
Because MinimServer is running on the QNAP, you need to use a local path from the QNAP file system. See this page for details of how to find the correct path.

You can use the MinimServer Status web page to enter a single path only. If you have two or more paths to enter, you need to enter the paths from the MinimWatch program running on a PC or Mac.
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