Great news on the SSH.
Does anyone know how to set the twonky server base to the samba root folders? It now points to /Public so nobody can set or access the created shares in the root from the twonky config.
Supposedly one should edit:
and change these settings to .....contentbase=/home
contentbase=/home/PUBLIC => needs to be contentbase=/home
Sitecom doesnt want to solve this; they say it is too complex.
Request to sitecom
The problem is that the base dir set for the uPNP AV Server: twonky is /Public in the root of the share folders. Users should be able to set their own shares just like you have done for the iTunes server. A lot of people define a share folder /documents, or /music in the root and not as a subfolder of PUBLIC. This way my uPNP compliant devices see none of the movies, files, music etc on my server.
Requested change: set twonky server ini settings to be allowed to acces root and thereby mount directories directly in the root like /movies or /music etc
1. I tried updating the settings file directly using, but somehow the file is not affected
sed "/contentbase=/s/.*/contentbase=\/home/" -i twonkyvision-mediaserver.ini
2. I tried an echo contentbase=/home >> twonkyvision-mediaserver.ini
This shows up in a cat command directly after, but when I restart the daemon then the change is gone!
Some tips appreciatedps. If you also experience this problem or think this should be changed please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org