This article informs you about a procedure that restores the Twonky Media Server configuration to default. This is useful if the configuration is corrupt and the server's functionality cannot be restored by normal means via its management page.
To restore the Twonky Media Server functionality, you must delete the corrupted configuration file. You can do this via the SSH terminal. Once the Twonky service is restarted, it will launch again in the default configuration and security settings.
- Download any SSH client, for example, PuTTY or TeraTerm. You can also use Windows built-in OpenSSH from the command prompt.
- Activate SSH on the NAS (Control Panel > Network > Terminal > Tick Enable SSH Service)
- Disable the Twonky Server on the NAS
- Log in to the NAS via SSH client using the user root and your admin password.
- Type in and confirm the following command:
rm /i-data/********/.media/twonkymedia/twonkyserver.iniNote: replace asterisks with your volume serial number. You should be able to see the available volumes by pressing the Tab key after typing "rm /i-data/" in the terminal.
- Restart the Twonky server and check if the content is displayed correctly.