Advertisements I have been using Galleon on Linux for a long time now, but there are 2 things that keep coming up that I have yet to resolve. If I configure more than 4 GoBack shares after a little while, say an hour or so, all the shares disappear from the 'Now Playing' list. The only way to recover them is to shutdown and restart Galleon on the Linux server. This is a real challenge, as I'd like to have 18 shares (grouping of programs). The 'ToGo' listing of the programs that are available on the TiVos (I have 2 on the network) isn't updating. For example, right now, the newest programs on the TiVos that Galleon knows about is dated 11/3, and here we are at 11/20 In order to get past problem #1, I've loaded and configured pyTiVo, and this doesn't seem to have the share count limitation. I like Galleon as it is also serving out Photos and Music. I especially like the Jukebox feature where the MP3s tags are indexed and organized by a wide multiple of combinations, as well as the ability to 'push' a program to the Galleon server - which doesn't appear to be available in pyTiVo (or is it?) I can't believe that I'm the only one that's experienced these issues. I've searched the forums, but I've not found any thread that speaks to either of these. If you know of a thread, do please point it out, as I'll read it. The server is a pretty beefy one: 3 GHz 64 bit dual core Intel with 2 GB RAM and 5 TB of volume managed storage running Gentoo Linux with a 2.6.31 kernel Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_20-b02) Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 16.3-b01, mixed mode) Any pointers as to what to adjust to get Galleon issues resolved would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.