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You must have at least one UTF-8 [[locale]] installed.
 
You must have at least one UTF-8 [[locale]] installed.
  
If you start subsonic using /etc/rc.d/subsonic, and your /etc/rc.conf has DAEMON_LOCALE="no", then the subsonic daemon will be started with the C locale, and java will skip any folders with "international characters" (ßðþøæå etc.). Either set DAEMON_LOCALE to "yes" (but this will affect _all_ rc.daemons), or add a line to the beginning of /var/subsonic/subsonic.sh which sets LANG to an installed UTF-8 locale, e.g. <code>LANG=nn_NO.utf8</code>.
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If you start subsonic using /etc/rc.d/subsonic, and your /etc/[[rc.conf]] has DAEMON_LOCALE="no", then the subsonic daemon will be started with the C locale, and java will skip any folders with "international characters" (ßðþøæå etc.). Either set DAEMON_LOCALE to "yes" (but this will affect _all_ rc.daemons), or add a line to the beginning of /var/subsonic/subsonic.sh which sets LANG to an installed UTF-8 locale, e.g. <code>LANG=nn_NO.utf8</code>.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* [http://www.subsonic.org Official web site]
 
* [http://www.subsonic.org Official web site]

Revision as of 07:04, 5 September 2011


Subsonic is a music server that lets you store your music on one machine, and play it from other machines or cell phones, via a web interface or various apps. It is available from AUR.

Troubleshooting

UTF-8 file names not added to the database

You must have at least one UTF-8 locale installed.

If you start subsonic using /etc/rc.d/subsonic, and your /etc/rc.conf has DAEMON_LOCALE="no", then the subsonic daemon will be started with the C locale, and java will skip any folders with "international characters" (ßðþøæå etc.). Either set DAEMON_LOCALE to "yes" (but this will affect _all_ rc.daemons), or add a line to the beginning of /var/subsonic/subsonic.sh which sets LANG to an installed UTF-8 locale, e.g. LANG=nn_NO.utf8.

External links