On MyBook white light, I have reinstalled Firefly (mt-daapd) from optware, since I needed the svs1686 (instead of the pre-installed svn-15something). Now, in order to prevent the pre-installed Firefly to start at boot time and to have the optware pre-installed start automatically, I have modified the appropriate /etc/init.d script. After a reboot, I do have the optware Firefly starting automatically and I can see the share in Itunes, but the weird thing is that there is still the old Firefly entry (MyBookWorld) showing up. This is weird, since I'm positive that I have removed all lines pointing to the pre-installed Firefly in the /etc/init.d script and, moreover, I even tried to remove the pre-installed Firefly binaries form their location and, still, the old entry is still showing up. And modifying /etc/mt-daapd.conf (like changing server name) has no effect. Also, this old entry will only work (i.e. stream music) if the new optware Firefly is started, otherwise it doesn't do anything… I also tried with Twonky server stopped, just in case, but with the same result….
Another user has reported this (http://mybookworld.wikidot.com/forum/t-104270/), so it seems I'm not alone. There must be some kind of process somewhere that advertise this "false" DAAP share…
Any idea someone?