# Start the MyMedia server for the Roku Digital Video Player
# Kill the server. This is a python program so killall doesn't work.
# awk also doesn't seem to work with Unslung, so use sed.
prog=`ps ax | grep mymedia grep -v grep | tail -1 | sed -e 's/ *\([0-9]*\) .*/\1/'`
if [ -n "$prog" ]; then
nohup python -v mymedia.py > /tmp/python-rc.log 2>&1 &
MyMedia Private Channel
I'd like to announce the availability of MyMedia as a private channel for general testing. This release features a new installation process that doesn't require that you put your Roku into developer mode and doesn't require that you manually determine and maintain the IP addresses of your server and your Roku. This release does still require that you install python for your platform but we hope to be taking away that requirement soon as well.
I still want to take the Roku OUT of developer mode. Is there any way to do that short of a factory default reset?
Yeah, 169.254... probably means that it autodetected the wrong ip address for your server. If you don't already have a favorite way of finding your IP address, try opening terminal and running ifconfig. I forget exactly what the output looks like on a mac but you should see something that starts with "192.168..." in there. Go back to your server configuration page (http://localhost:8001/configure) and enter in that address and click save... then exit and restart the channel.