Tellicious wrote:guys, when the app looks unresponsive try to go to activity monitor and shut down twonky webdav process; after that it should work fine...i had a similar problem and i found a "solution" writing a simple app that after twonky starts it shuts down twonkywebdav...
Xavierdemon wrote:MBP Early 2011 - After Market Memory upgrade to 8GB.
Install Twonky from website (6.0.38) and then configure.
When trying to shutdown MBP, error message displayed "You haven't been logged out because the application TwonkyMediaServer failed to quit, etc."
The only way to shutdown is to force quit Twonky.
Is there actually anyone who is using Twonky that can shutdown (not sleep) their Mac without forcing it to quit???
Tellicious wrote:As I previously said the problem is related to twonkywebdav server; try this: go in /Applications/TwonkyMediaServer then right-click, show package content, navigate into Contents/MacOs, open twonkymedia.sh and delete the line sayng sleep 1 and the next one, the one that ends wid twonkywebdav; then if you restart twonky server you'll see that everything's working fine. if you try to launch twonkywebdav from the terminal it hangs and that process is the one that blocks twonky. if you don't need the webdav server cos you use twonky only as a dlna server this can be useful. I already wrote to the support and i hope they fix it cos twonky would be so good without this issue
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