Marc “Mumsoft” found out how to improve the list of composers and conductors in the Olive. This will improve the autocomplete code in Maestro.
A new file has to be placed on the Olive with the aid of ssh (see previous post: SSH to Olive). The instructions to do so:
- Download the following file and unzip the content: pl2_autocomplete.zip
- Run music on your Olive (don’t let it sleep!)
- Open your browser and go to http://your-olive-ip-address/
- When it asks for a username and password enter username “olive” and password “e4v1i5l9o”
- This should produce a message: command run successfully. The Olive is now open for ssh…
Now comes the real work, instructions are split for both Linux and Windows:
- Open a terminal console (command window).
- Type in: sshfs root@your-olive-ip-address:/ youremptymap.
This “youremptymap” should be an empty map in your home directory. sshfs will prompt for a password, which is “tj270442”
WARNING: “youremptymap” should be really empty or sshfs will do it for you!
- Now the map youremptymap will show the content of your Olive
- Rename “pl2_autocomplete.js” in youremptymap/zapp/zgui/client to “pl2_autocomplete_OLD.js”
- Copy the new file “pl2_autocomplete.js” to youremptymap/zapp/zgui/client
- Close sshfs with fusermount -u youremptymap
Download WinSCP and install it.
- Start WinSCP and open an session with the following settings:
File Protocol: SFTP
Host Name: Your olive IP, xxx.xxx.x.xxx
User name: root
Two factor auth: OFF
Private Key: NO
- Via the file browser, go to /zapp/zgui/client
- Rename the current “pl2_autocomplete.js” file to “pl2_autocomplete_OLD.js” and drag and drop the new file to the folder in WinSCP.
- Close WinSCP