instreamer app can't find ffmpeg, no /mnt/sda mount

Discussion in 'HDD Media player(RTD 1295)' started by malcolm, Sep 10, 2018.

  1. malcolm

    malcolm New Member

    Problem #1: instreamer.apk can't find ffmpeg library.
    Here is the source code... Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory().getAbsolutePath()

    The instreamer app instructions say to copy the ffmpeg libraries to the "\mnt\sdcard" directory, but I can't find anything like that when I ssh in. Can someone tell me where the "sdcard root" is on the X10? Have tried copying to some obvious places with no luck.

    Problem #2: (possibly root cause for problem 1??)

    Also, somehow the /mnt/sda mount isn't showing up and not sure how to re-add in openwrt - think I deleted it by accident when adding a new share. - help there would be appreciated also. here is the openwrt mount points screen data....
    Mounted file systems

    Filesystem Mount Point Available Used


    0.00 B / 25.50 MB

    100% (25.50 MB)



    795.65 MB / 795.65 MB

    0% (0.00 B)



    806.32 MB / 812.06 MB

    1% (5.75 MB)



    748.33 MB / 812.06 MB

    8% (63.73 MB)



    35.20 MB / 36.97 MB

    3% (1001.00 KB)



    512.00 KB / 512.00 KB

    0% (0.00 B)



    661.31 MB / 14.63 GB

    96% (13.99 GB)



    57.77 GB / 233.70 GB

    76% (175.93 GB)

    Mount Points
    Mount Points define at which point a memory device will be attached to the filesystem
    Enabled Device Mount Point Filesystem Options Root Check

    UUID: 2616-160E (/dev/sda1, 239366 MB)






    UUID: 9016-4EF8 (/dev/mmcblk1p1, 14987 MB)





  2. nazim zmirli

    nazim zmirli New Member

    You are typing /dev/sda1/mnt together, at least here. It needs space in between, you are mounting /dev/sda1 to /mnt: sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt Also, if you experienced forced shutdown you might try fsck, a command to check the filesystem. It's even better to be run from LiveCD, LiveUSB. Root must NOT be mounted to do fsck. I haven't used the command myself, just saw it mentioned, you can google it for instructions to use.
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