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I've been wondering, is there an application to share and connect to music shares (like iTunes)? It would be even better if I could have more than one system playing ...
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    Linux Enthusiast Weedman's Avatar
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    I've been wondering, is there an application to share and connect to music shares (like iTunes)?

    It would be even better if I could have more than one system playing the same music off one system. I know there is NAS, and I have it installed, but I have no idea of how to implement it, nor if it can have muliple clients connect to it at once.

    Suggestions would be cool...

    Thanks,

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    I don't know if this is what you're referring to, but Amarok can be a music sharing client, and XMMS2 is being developed to work transparently over a network. There are probably more examples of apps that do something similar, but those are the two big ones that come to mind.
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    Thanks Zelmo, Amarok solved the DAAP shares question.

    But that still leaves my question on NAS.

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