Well, I just downloaded the Linux SPARC glibc 2.3.2 build and put the twonkymediaserver
file on my ReadyNAS Duo media share (in a directory called a
on the media share of my ReadyNAS).
I then ran killall -s TERM twonkymedia
to stop Twonky
I then deleted the database directory contents from /webroot/Twonky/db/xxxx.view (xxxx determined by tree name) as replacing the above file will force a database rebuild (I found that out on my test NAS).
I then typed cp -i /media/a/twonkymediaserver /usr/local/TwonkyVision/
(and then y
to confirm I wanted to over write the existing file).
Restarted my NAS immediately selected a database rebuild; it now claims to have Twonky 5.0.65 running.
Not sure if anything else has changed but that file was different from the 5.0.55 ones (it was bigger) and my NAS still works so there you go; it has even updated the twonkymedia-server.ini file text to 5.0.65 too! I'll check the rest later to see if any others have changed, however, changing this file in isolatuion certainly hasn't broken anything
The file is attached below to save you having to find it yourselves
PS Also done my NV+ now and it's rebuilding the database as I type.Update:
Same process but now 5.0.68 is available; post here
. I've removed the 5.0.65 from this post to save wasting space on the forum server.