Deleted my 2.0 Synology package (using Package Manager) and installed 1.8 Legacy. It all went well and the core comes up fine.
The problem is 1.8 Legacy gets confused trying to find my music folder. I see two problems that might have something to do with it:
- I see lots of access denied errors for the path /var/packages/RoonServer/target/roonmnt which no longer exists when using 1.8 Legacy. The new path is /var/packages/RoonServerLegacy. Because of this I see lots of errors like:
11/02 02:06:04 Critical: [broker/filebrowser] [nassharemaker] exception in rebuild, text: System.IO.DirectoryNotFoundException: Could not find a part of the path '/var/packages/RoonServer/target/roonmnt'. 11/02 02:06:00 Critical: [broker/filebrowser/nasutils] constructor failed: : System.UnauthorizedAccessException: Access to the path '/var/packages/RoonServer/target/roonmnt' is denied.
- Another issue is a previous NAS shows up in this log entry:
Debug: [broker/filebrowser/nas] init mounts, id: 21B0TERE8AYC2, title: Synology DS412+, subtitle: DiskStation, 21B0TERE8AYC2, DSM 7.1, mountdir: /var/packages/RoonServer/target/roonmnt
The DS412+ was a NAS I had ages ago, yet somehow it still appears. This isn’t something set locally on the newer NAS (I don’t think) - I assume this comes from some database over at RoonLabs, but again I can’t be certain.
If anyone can shed any light here It’d be much appreciated. I can’t add any music folders to Roon as it sits. It just tries to force me to choose folders from a non-existent path.