I like how people say they buy music to "support the artist." It's like this dude makes great music, but he's not a nice guy, so screw him! And this other guy I like, but he makes millions of dollars anyway, so torrenting I go!
People don't buy music for music anymore. It's all politics.
Using S-Beam and NFC I can share photos, websites, apps, but cannot share music. But I can receive all(photos, music, apps, websites, etc..) from Samsung and non-Samsung devices. I checked with a Samsung representative and they told me to turn off my s-beam when trying to share with non-Samsung phones it worked for all except music.
If you want to share you iTunes library with your family or maybe (for private use) in you office, you can set up a Linux server with mt-daap, it uses the DAAP protocol to share music within your network.
As far as I know the music can not be downloaded by the clients, only streamed, if this is not true please let me know.
Be aware that according to Apple the music you buy in iTunes c
So making a Fedora18 web server. working well so far. Basically its website i can listen to music through the interface on the page. The music is stored on my share which i export via samba. This is due to the majority of my systems (at one point) being windows boxes.
So i know its SELinux that is giving me the issue.