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PostPosted: Sun Mar 13, 2011 5:47 pm
by djsubsonic
Is it possible to add network shares of windows clients in the freenas version of subsonic like, \\computername\share ?

freenas 8

PostPosted: Sun May 22, 2011 4:32 pm
by widemind
EDIT: OK, I was'nt patient enough. The Freenas 8.1 roadmap gave me the anwsers ( http://freenas.org/about/news/item/freenas-81-roadmap ). See you at next update for more informations !

Hi all,

Freenas 8 is available since recently.
I've installed it and it's working well.
However, no way to install java & subsonic on it.
Did someone tried it? With success ?
If yes, a secondary HowTo in this section would be welcome, in order to use new BSD system performance with hard drive acces.

thx

(my english is not perfect, don't beat me ;) )

Re: freenas 8

PostPosted: Mon Jul 04, 2011 7:09 pm
by disgustipated
widemind wrote:EDIT: OK, I was'nt patient enough. The Freenas 8.1 roadmap gave me the anwsers ( http://freenas.org/about/news/item/freenas-81-roadmap ). See you at next update for more informations !

Hi all,

Freenas 8 is available since recently.
I've installed it and it's working well.
However, no way to install java & subsonic on it.
Did someone tried it? With success ?
If yes, a secondary HowTo in this section would be welcome, in order to use new BSD system performance with hard drive acces.

thx

(my english is not perfect, don't beat me ;) )


ive tried it and its slick looking however i couldnt find a way to make it install the full version on a memory stick which is the way i'd prefer running freenas. There is probably a way i just didnt put enough effort into looking into how. from what i was reading it is because of the unreliability of the flash memory after 5000 or so read/writes. im not too concerned with that though. im running 7.2 which is running freebsd7.3p6.

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:42 am
by indecline
can someone please post a small tutorial for freenas 8 and subsonic
some ports are changed ? some paths ? help ! thanks

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 8:20 pm
by disgustipated
ive installed freenas.7.5 which is built on freebsd 9
i posted a thread in the mods section with ffmpeg and lame3.99 ports built on a freebsd9 vm. i havent tested them yet as im away from my home but these should work if youre on freenas7.5 which is built on freebsd9.

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:57 pm
by goatboy
hello ppl.
no one here have problem with jukebox playback? i have no sound from all my 3 audio cards tested on my freenas machine.
all it's working when using web player mode.

hope for some help, cuz the i'll make that pc thing @80% of usage in jukebox mode...

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 8:29 am
by goatboy
goatboy wrote:hello ppl.
no one here have problem with jukebox playback? i have no sound from all my 3 audio cards tested on my freenas machine.
all it's working when using web player mode.

hope for some help, cuz the i'll make that pc thing @80% of usage in jukebox mode...


i'm an <censored>... cuz freenas don't have any audio driver. i installer oss driver, it recognize my sb live 5.1, i reinstalled java and now all it's working. :oops:

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2012 2:48 pm
by sailhobie
anyone able to fix the problem where video wont play using SS 4.6 and Freenas 7.2? Mine says its unable to estimated duration of the video file in the log. Tried everyhting I can think of. CHMOD 777 the video files, tried a bunch of suggested trancode strings. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:31 am
by iorifly
I can not access the FreeNAS for my web address, he says he does not log the ip addresses!
How can I solve?

[07-04-2012 5:15:14 GMT] WARN Util Failed to resolve local IP address.
[07-04-2012 5:15:17 GMT] WARN NetworkService Failed to create port forwarding.
[07-04-2012 5:16:03 GMT] WARN Util Failed to resolve local IP address.
[07-04-2012 5:16:06 GMT] WARN NetworkService Failed to create port forwarding.
[07-04-2012 5:16:54 GMT] WARN Util Failed to resolve local IP address.
[07-04-2012 5:16:57 GMT] WARN NetworkService Failed to create port forwarding.
[07-04-2012 5:18:37 GMT] WARN Util Failed to resolve local IP address.
[07-04-2012 5:18:40 GMT] WARN NetworkService Failed to create port forwarding.
[07-04-2012 5:20:08 GMT] WARN Util Failed to resolve local IP address.
[07-04-2012 5:20:11 GMT] WARN NetworkService Failed to create port forwarding

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2012 3:01 am
by sandule
Hi,

Can someone please update this for NAS4Free?

Thanks

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:47 am
by uponfirstlisten
This guide worked for me: http://www.parmeter.net/ben/2011/02/02/ ... tructions/

Just ignore the part about installing the JRE and execute "pkg_add -v -r openjdk6" instead.

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 2:40 pm
by alejometal
Now it is easier than before, as matter of fact, it is just a clic away. There's a subsonic plugin now available for Freenas 8.3.0. I'm running it now and it works like a charm.

Im going to leave the links for you guys.

http://forums.freenas.org/showthread.ph ... nic-Plugin all the credit is for Joshua Parker who managed to compile it?

http://forums.freenas.org/showthread.ph ... le-Plugins

http://www.freenas.org/

http://doc.freenas.org/index.php/Main_Page

BTW, you should post on subsonic website into apps or somewhere else that Subsonic is also supported by FreeNAS.

sindre_mehus thanks for this great app, I love it.

Cheers,

AlejoMetal


sindre_mehus wrote:This tutorial explains how to install Subsonic on the popular FreeNAS server.

The following was done with Subsonic 3.6 and FreeNAS 0.69. Note that a "full", not "embedded" FreeNAS installation is required. Make sure to allocate enough disk space on the OS partition. Java and Subsonic requires at least 150MB.

In terms of hardware requirements, you probably need at least 750MHz CPU and 180MB RAM.

Step 1: Download Java JRE (or JDK) package from http://www.freebsdfoundation.org/downloads/java.shtml

Step 2: Install dependent packages first:
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$ pkg_add -v -r xtrans
$ pkg_add -v -r xproto
$ pkg_add -v -r xextproto
$ pkg_add -v -r javavmwrapper

Step 3: Install the JRE (the .tbz file is the one you downloaded in step 1)
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$ pkg_add -v diablo-jre-freebsd6.i386.1.6.0.07.02.tbz

Step 4: Download Subsonic standalone version and install it in /var/subsonic/standalone, as described here.

Step 5: In the FreeNAS web interface, go to System > Advanced > Command script and add the following "PostInit" script:
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/var/subsonic/standalone/subsonic.sh

Step 6: Reboot FreeNAS, and go to http://<your-freenas-server>:8080 to start using Subsonic.

Your comments are welcome!

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 2:59 pm
by uponfirstlisten
Awesome! Been a while since I looked into it, but is there an upgrade path from .7.* to 8.* yet? I have no easy way of moving my data in order to rebuild my ZFS pools.

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 4:21 pm
by Tidus1707
Hi everybody,
Thank you so much for this app, seems to be so handy.
By the way, i tried to install it on my FreeNas, and turned it on but after that I don't know how to access to the configuration page.
Is it the adress of the Jail that I have to write, I really don't know and it would be so nice if you could help me.
Thank you and sorry for my English

Re: How to install Subsonic on FreeNAS

PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2013 6:54 pm
by ianimacleod
After a long time researching this I have documented the steps required to do this on NAS4Free (embedded 64-bit version).

http://geekfreely.blogspot.com/2013/04/ ... 4free.html