[CentOS] Jinzora and mounted file system

Darryl L. Pierce mcpierce at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 18:10:40 UTC 2005


When I setup my system, I created a file system (/dev/hda3) that I mount 
as /var/music. I installed Jinzora on my system and want to use it as 
the frontend for listening to my MP3s. However, when Jinzora tries to 
access anything on /var/music it complains that it's an invalid file 
system. I can use sound-juicer to rip CDs and write them to that file 
system, though. I also created an alias for Apache to host that 
directory and that also complains that it's not accessible, so I'm 
thinking there's a permissions problem. The mount point and the files on 
that file system are owned by apache.apache so that's not the problem, 
I'm assuming.

Any ideas? If I copy the files to a a directory that's *not* a mount 
point then Jinzora reads the files just fine, even if that directory's 
not an Apache alias...

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