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I'm trying to install FUPPES & am having issues configuring the .cfg file. I have very limited Linux file editing experience....Does anyone have any experience with fuppes? If so, what do I ned to edit in the fuppes.cfg file? I can find no instructions or examples online.  Any help will be appreciated.
fuppes.txt
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Did you try following the instructions on http://fuppes.ulrich-voelkel.de/documentation/installation/linux/?
You shouldn't need to edit anything.
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I tried it, and it seemed to build all right. It only uses whatever libraries you have installed (not very many in my case)
19:02:30$ cd /usr/src

22:40:11$ tar -xf /usr/gz/fuppes-0.660.tar.gz 

22:40:26$ cd fuppes-0.660/

22:40:39$ ./configure

checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/ginstall -c

checking whether build environment is sane... yes

checking for a thread-safe mkdir -p... /usr/bin/mkdir -p

<LOTS MORE OF THESE, THEN...>



CONFIGURATION SUMMARY



  audio transcoding plugins

    encoder:

      lame       : no

      twolame    : no

      pcm/wav    : yes

    decoder:

      vorbis     : yes (libvorbisfile)

      mpc        : no

      flac       : yes

      faad       : no (aac/mp4/m4a)

      mad        : no (mpeg Layer I, II & III)



  video transcoding plugins

    ffmpeg             : disabled



  image conversion/rescaling plugins

    ImageMagick        : enabled  (Wand C-API)



  audio metadata extraction plugins

    taglib             : disabled (mp3, ogg, flac & mpc)

    mpeg4ip/mp4v2      : disabled (mp4/m4a)



  image metadata extraction plugins

    Exiv2              : disabled

    ImageMagick        : enabled  (Wand C-API)

    simage             : disabled (jpeg, png, gif, tiff, rgb, pic, tga, eps)



  video metadata extraction plugins

    libavformat        : enabled

    ffmpegthumbnailer  : disabled



  miscellaneous

    iconv              : enabled (charset conversion)

    uuid               : enabled

    inotify            : enabled



Thanks for using fuppes

please report bugs



22:41:41$ make

Making all in m4

make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/fuppes-0.660/m4'

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

<LOTS OF OUTPUT, FINISHING WITH>

make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/fuppes-0.660'

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all-am'.

make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/fuppes-0.660'

22:43:42$ 

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in the line of code:

<interface>eth0</interface>

Do I need to remove the eth0 & replace it with the IP address of the server fuppes is installed on? Then do I inistiate a rebuild of the database?
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I posted a response to the above - looks like EE lost it (!)
Leave eth0 - it is the name of an interface, not an IP address. Except you might want to change it to a different interface name, say eth1 or ppp0. eth0 is typically correct though, unless your system is some kind of a router.
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