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Old 08-31-2007, 12:35 PM   #1
donquixote1
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Freevo in Suse Linux 10.1


How can I configure Freevo in Suse Linux 10.1 exactly, it's rather unclear in the sites.
For Holland it's e.g.:
PAL
Europe-West
and so on.

# freevo

Error: local_conf.py not found

Freevo is not completely configured to start
The configuration is based on three files. This may sound oversized, but this
way it's easier to configure.

First Freevo loads a file called 'freevo.conf'. This file will be generated by
calling 'freevo setup'. Use 'freevo setup --help' to get information
about the parameter. Based on the information in that file, Freevo will guess
some settings for your system. This takes place in a file called
'freevo_config.py'. Since this file may change from time to time, you should
not edit this file. After freevo_config.py is loaded, Freevo will look for a file
called 'local_conf.py'. You can overwrite the variables from 'freevo_config.py'
in here. There is an example for 'local_conf.py' called 'local_conf.py.example'
in the Freevo distribution.

If you need more help, use the internal webserver to get more information
how to setup Freevo. To do this, you need to set
WWW_USERS = { 'username' : 'password' }
in your local_conf.py and then you can access the doc at
http://localhost:8080/help/

The location of freevo_config.py is /usr/share/freevo/freevo_config.py
Freevo searches for freevo.conf and local_conf.py in the following locations:
.
/root/.freevo
/etc/freevo
/usr/local/etc/freevo


Since it's highly unlikly you want to start Freevo without further
configuration, Freevo will exit now.


Thanks anyway
 
  


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