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So, my Rio Karma supports FLAC format, and it also connects via ethernet.
I have the java app (Rio Music Manager Lite) from Rio. Previously, when I had SuSE installed, I'd just run the java app and as I'd already set up the IP address for the device, it would just send the music tracks from the system to the device. I didn't have to mount it or I don't seem to recall having anything in the FSTAB to show that it was there.
Obviously, since then, I've installed gentoo. So now if I just try to start the java app, it starts OK, it knows the IP address that I allocated to the device, it even seems to be sending the music tracks (all FLAC's, since thats what I play with Amarok) to the device, the device even seems to be getting something i.e. the screen will show "communicating", but when I check the device it doesn't seem to have anything on it.
What should I be doing/checking to make the system see the device i.e. does it need mounting, fstab entry, or anything else ????
TVM in advance of any assistance someone may be able to offer.