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Old 08-31-2007, 01:35 PM   #1
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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.:
and so on.

# freevo

Error: 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
''. Since this file may change from time to time, you should
not edit this file. After is loaded, Freevo will look for a file
called ''. You can overwrite the variables from ''
in here. There is an example for '' called ''
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 and then you can access the doc at

The location of is /usr/share/freevo/
Freevo searches for freevo.conf and in the following locations:

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

Thanks anyway


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