Absolute destination path not supported on linux?
#1
Hi, just experimenting with TMM, and it looks very nice..

However, when renaming a movie im experiencing the following..

I have my destination folder set up as /share/movies/

but rename ignores the leading forward slash, hence always places the renamed file in {current folder}/share/movies/{whatever}

Am I missing something here please?

Cheers,
Magoo
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#2
we need just a litil bit more help from you:

What version are you using? TMM? OS? Java?
Where are your files stored?
Wanna upload complete logfile to some pastbin site?

I'm sorry, my crystal ball died yesterday...
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well as far as I understand - you want to rename out of the containing data source into a fixed dir?
this is not supported, since that can lead into unexpected results (imagine you have movies from different disks, want to rename them and they all will be moved to another disk.. they could also disappear from tmm if the destination is not a datasource of tmm)..
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