UpNP Media Server for Linux

Hello!

I am wery new in OpenSuSE - installed today.
I am looking for UpNP Media Server for Linux, possibly easy enough to configuring and using for newby like me(only two month Experiences with Linux)

On Windows i am using TVersity - is there a Linux alternative for that?

On Sun, 10 Jul 2011 17:06:03 +0000, glock356 wrote:

> Hello!
>
> I am wery new in OpenSuSE - installed today. I am looking for UpNP Media
> Server for Linux, possibly easy enough to configuring and using for
> newby like me(only two month Experiences with Linux)
>
> On Windows i am using TVersity - is there a Linux alternative for that?

I use the “PS3 Media Server”, works well with more than just the PS3.
It’s hosted on Google Code, written in Java, and completely self-
contained (no RPM to install, just unpack it and run).

Jim


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OK, i am dowloaded file, unpacked and there is a lot of files and folders.
What now?
You wrote - just unpack it and run - and i have no idea what to run and how to run??
Just i am say, i am new to Linux, and dont now what to do with this type of application

Hi
Open a terminal and cd to the directory and run the following command;


./PMS.sh

On Mon, 11 Jul 2011 15:36:02 +0000, glock356 wrote:

> OK, i am dowloaded file, unpacked and there is a lot of files and
> folders.
> What now?
> You wrote - just unpack it and run - and i have no idea what to run and
> how to run??
> Just i am say, i am new to Linux, and dont now what to do with this type
> of application

In the directory structure you’ll see a “documentation” folder - open the
index.html file and select “Installation and basic configuration” to get
started.

Malcolm has pointed you to the shell script to run, but you really should
read the docs to understand the details of the configuration.

Jim


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