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  1. I'll test it, thanks for the suggestion. I'll get back to the thread with the results when they're in.
  2. ; Art Gather Order ; Simply arrange the following in the order you would like ; Ampache to search. If you want to disable one of the search ; methods simply leave it out. DB should be left as the first ; method unless you want it to overwrite what's already in the ; database ; POSSIBLE VALUES (builtins): db tags folder lastfm musicbrainz google ; POSSIBLE VALUES (plugins): Amazon,TheAudioDb,Tmdb,Omdb,Flickr ; DEFAULT: db,tags,folder,spotify,musicbrainz,lastfm,google ;art_order = "db,tags,folder,spotify,musicbrainz,lastfm,google" art_order = "tags,folder,musicbrainz,spotify,
  3. Yes, I have changed the cfg file. It was a different setting that would have produced an obvious result and after about a month of getting to know the system it appears to not have read the change. I made a change, removed a leading semicolon, so the system would look for a file called folder.jpg first. I've tested it repeatedly and it still goes to a service to retrieve cover art.
  4. For example: (realizes the example is cfg not ini) ampache.cfg.php ; Sociable ; This turns on / off all of the "social" features of Ampache ; default is on, but if you don't care and just want music ; turn this off to disable all social features. ; DEFAULT: "true" sociable = "true" Because I would prefer sociable = "false"
  5. How do I force the system to re-read an ini to apply the change? My site is remotely hosted through cPanel. It is a shared resources configuration and I don't have root privilege. I do have considerable rights but not all the way down to the level of Apache administration (for instance.) IOW: I don't have privilege to restart apache in this shared hosting environment. In this shared hosting environment the subscribers don't have access to su, sudo, service, apache2, apache2ctl These PHP family tools/commands are available with at least --x--x--x privilege: lsphp, lsphp.cagefs
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