Hello. I'm just about in the same boat as marco, and if I could get some help, that would be wonderful.
Basically I have two instances of Twonky running from two different directories, and I can access them both from either ip:9000 or ip:9001 and configure them as I please. However, my clients (a Roku or my computers through Cidero) will only see the second one. What's up with this?
I have practically no knowledge of anything technical when it comes to computers and I suspect there is probably something very obvious and simple I could do to solve my problem (read: I have probably done something idiotic--please help!).
1) Installed uNSLUng 6.8 beta onto a memory stick. 2) Installed Twonky 4.3 with the NASSetup I downloaded from the site a couple of days ago. 3) Deleted the autostart file from init.d. 4) Renamed the "twonkyvision" folder "twonkyvision2". 4) Created a folder named "twonkyvision" and made two directories within it: "server1" and "server2". 5) Copied all the folders and files from "twonkyvision2" into both my subdirectories. 6) Renamed server programs and created autostart files as directed by herbandor's walkthrough (http://www.7steps.de
-> Enter Homepage -> N SLU 2 -> English HowTo).
At this point both instances run and can be accessed as described above. In the way of troubleshooting, I have 1) named the servers with the brackets herbandor says are necessary (eg. "These People's Server (Server 1)"; "Those People's Server (Sever 2)"), and I have 2) named the servers and specified their ports in the twonkymedia-default.ini file and restored their default settings through the web interface.
Points that seem important to me: 1) The media browser through the web interface loads fine for my server on port 9001 (the server my clients can see), but for my server on port 9000, it shows only an empty blue rectangular box. 2) When I was running Twonky normally, right after the NASSetup, I could reboot the servers and they would come back up. Now, I also have to reboot my nslu2 before I can see them again.
A potentially relevant curiosity: in my new "twonkyvision" folder, a file named "twonkymedia.db" has been created. This file also exists in "twonkyvision"'s two subdirectories from which my servers are running.
Soooo anyway, many thanks in advance. Twonky was running amazingly with just the one, and if I could get my Roku to see the two, it would be like a dream come true.