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Re: [Gnump3d-users] question about directory structure

From: Ross Palmer Mohn
Subject: Re: [Gnump3d-users] question about directory structure
Date: Sun, 09 May 2004 16:01:27 -0400

Subfolders is the way to go. Works fine on Linux. Maybe there is a
permissions problem with your Windows subdirectories. Check that first,

On Fri, 2004-05-07 at 17:02, Alberto Camacho wrote:
> Are music files supposed to reside in one main folder, without having any 
> subfolders?
> I am having a problem where I modify to config file to point to where my 
> music resides, my music collection currently resides off of a main folder 
> from which several subfolders branch off. Each of these subfolders may be 
> categories of music, or albums.
> Im running a Windows 2003 server with Activestate 5.08 installed.
> I modified the path in the config files and I am able to see the whole 
> directory structure amd music files with gnump3, but when I try to play, all 
> I get is a blank browser window.
> If I place a bunch of .mp3 files of off the root of a folder any folder and 
> adjust the config files to match this, It works fine.
> So my question is, do I have to have all of my .mp3 files off of one folder 
> and can't have them organized within subfolders?
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