Im looking for a Centos media server that streams media. But i want it to be a bit special in the fact that id like there to be an android remote for it. Which is good but id like the remote to wor... [by assasen11]
on 01/18/2013 – Made popular on 01/18/2013
Orb Network's media server software has been around for years; in fact, Orb and
TVersity are the grandparents of current media-everywhere apps. However, this is the first time Orb has officially been available in an app for Android phones. Orb functions by grabbing indexed media content from your PC and streaming it via your ISP. A remote browser is used to pick up the stream.
I have a network drive (external network) being used as media storage for a media server running on my router. I'm trying to switch the media server to my Centos 6.3 machine so I can take advantage of ffmpeg and more (unrelated)..
All I'm wondering here is why my Centos server can't resolve the host name for the drive while my laptop running Ubuntu can on the same network.
PS3 Media Server, a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server that was originally written to support the PlayStation 3 and which now includes support for smartphones, televisions, music players and more, is at version 1.71.0.
Unlike the previous version, which had quite a few changes, PS3 Media Server 1.71.0 only brings a few updates.
If I put a CD in my central server (HP DL380G7 CentOS 6.4) then I get nothing in /media unless someone (anyone) is logged on at the console. All remote users (except root) get a message Unable to ... [by davymatt]
I'm looking at building a new home server and would like a flexible filesystem. Both btrfs and zfs are interesting. I want to be able to do soft raid and have flexible solution allowing me to expand storage easily as I add hard drives. Not interested in hardware raid due to cost. Since this is a non-essential server, I'm willing to play around and take some risks.