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    DLNA server


    I need to set up a DLNA server for my network so I can stream stuff to my PS3, I've tried installing mediatomb, but was fairly confused when it came to using it.

    Does anyone have a simple way of doing this that isn't too hard to follow etc, fairly new to Debian.

    Cheers.

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    Please use your internet - that is what its for - Going a google the first item selects:
    How to choose a DLNA Media Server for Windows, Mac OS X or Linux - Robert Green's DIY
    So do some searching yourself, some investigation and reading for yourself and you might be surprised just what you can do.

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    DLNA Server for Linux

    Quote Originally Posted by tinmice View Post
    I need to set up a DLNA server for my network so I can stream stuff to my PS3, I've tried installing mediatomb, but was fairly confused when it came to using it.

    Does anyone have a simple way of doing this that isn't too hard to follow etc, fairly new to Debian.

    Cheers.
    Hello!
    I think, MediaTomb is not DLNA supported.
    Try uShare and/or minidlna - both are easy to configure/use.
    Links:
    ushare.geexbox.org
    sourceforge.net/projects/minidlna

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