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Re: [Gnump3d-users] Defining Windows "drive root" as root not workuing f
Re: [Gnump3d-users] Defining Windows "drive root" as root not workuing for me.
Sat, 10 Jun 2006 23:14:52 -0400
sounds good-glad you got it running! I run my mp3 server off Linux on
an old pc...I'm afraid to leave Win running 24/7 because of all the
security problems they've had (I'm running a firewall). I have gnump3d
running on a 200 MHz Pentium with Slackware 10.2....it doesn't consume
as much power as my Athlon 64-a plus!
On Sun, 11 Jun 2006 13:07:27 +1000
George Carter <address@hidden> wrote:
> Yes, I initially had it running on my Ubuntu system but I've moved my
> music over to my XP HTPC box. It appears that I needed a Windows "M:\"
> in 'run.bat', but a Unix style "M:/" in the 'gnump3d.conf.win.in' and
> 'gnump3d.conf.win'. Also think my initial confusion was that there isn't
> a trailing slash when a folder is defined but in this case it 'looks'
> like there is - bit of a red herring really. Anyway, I've made sense of
> it now and all's well. Thank you.
> Marty Huntzberry wrote:
> > You're in Win? Maybe because gnump3d was written as a Linux program and
> > everything in the Linux filesystem is either a file or directory (M
> > drive would be /mnt/M/ which is a directory). Why not put everything
> > in the M drive into a directory like M:\server?
> > Marty
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