[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I think it would be better to monitor mpd via syslog it can be done by
open /etc/syslog.conf and add:
Then, restart syslogd:
# touch /var/log/mpd.log
# killall -HUP syslogd
open /etc/newsyslog.conf and add:
# logfilename [owner:group] mode count size when flags
/var/log/mpd.log 644 4 100 * J
run "mpd -b" all the mpd error/status should be in /var/log/mpd.log
now, do tail -f /var/log/mpd.log and try connection if there and error
it should be displayed in the log
ok i just resolve the error but my windows client still could not
connect. It says that the Remote Computer did not Respond.
Ok here's the result:
# ngctl shut ng0
ngctl: shutdown: No such file or directory
"ngctl shut ng0:" please take note the semicolon dont leave it :)
hooraaah! it's working now.... thanks a lot genius =)!
Oliver A. Rojo
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