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Unable to find path from Sonos


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Hi,

My name is Raul. I'm volunteering in a residence for people with disabilities where we're trying to setup a domotic system for a therapy SPA. I'm configuring a scene where Sonos needs to play a couple of songs that are hosted in PC (for the moment). I set up the Music library without any problems. However, when referencing the path to the song, the Sonos app prompts the following message:

"Unable to play track1.mp3 - cannot connect to /// because the server cannot be found"

 

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Works for the radio although I don't need it. I'm only interested in playing my local mp3 files.

 

My music library:

Local path: C:\MusicSonos

Sonos Music Library path: //DESKTOP-PVTSA31/MusicSonos/

 

Predefined variable SONOS_MUSIC set to //DESKTOP-PVTSA31/MusicSonos/track1.mp3

 

Not sure what I'm missing here. Could you please give me a hand?

Thanks a lot!!

Raul.

 

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  • Found it. I feel a bit stupid for having asked  that after realising what the solution was. As simple as removing the root slashes at the begining. At least that's what you should do if calling the path from a prefefined variable.

    WRONG:

    //DESKTOP-PVTSA31/MusicSonos/track1.mp3

    RIGHT:

    DESKTOP-PVTSA31/MusicSonos/track1.mp3

     

    Thanks!

    Raul.

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