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> On 10/03/2012 08:51 AM, Ivan Tarozzi wrote:
You can try also Ampache, media server build Apache. It has a nice Web
interface and I've tried Blackberry and Android (Amdroid on the Play Store)
clients. That last one don't seem to run very well, it seems rather just a
sketch app and many times it won't play.
My two cents.
* Musix GNU+Linux
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On 10/03/2012 08:51 AM, Ivan Tarozzi wrote:
Il 02/10/2012 16:11, rosea.grammostola ha scritto:
I've a qnap nas server (with Debian installed) and I like to play music=
(and video) from that server on my n900, laptop etc.
What is the best way to do this?
For videos (and may be musics) you can use serviio.
But for music purpose only I prefer using mt-daapd (firefly) so I can
access my music library from rhythmbox via network.
Serviio and firefly can coexist.
Thanks for the info, there seems all kind of solutions, but I was expecting=
some kind of discussion between SSHFS and NFS etc. Do I miss something her=
e or ...
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