[ubuntu-uk] What's the best...

Alan Pope alan at popey.com
Fri Dec 17 16:35:58 GMT 2010

On 17 December 2010 16:26, Simon Greenwood <sfgreenwood at gmail.com> wrote:
> Media server - it depends on what's going to be at the other end: for other
> computers try Firefly Media Server (might be in the repo as mt-daapd). It
> shares media over DAAP, which is the sharing protocol in iTunes. It works
> with said iTunes and Rhythmbox among other things. If it's something like
> a PS3 then Mediatomb, Tversity or PS3 Media Server - all are UPnP systems,
> with Tversity being the easiest to use.

Can they run together? Or does it use a specific port so it's one or other?

> VOIP server might be overkill - I only know a bit of Asterisk and it's
> rather too much for a home setup, especially on a shared machine. You might
> be able to do multiuser trickery with Epiphany.

People keep telling me I should have an asterisk box :)


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