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DLNA on Netware?

Hi All

Well, I'm playing around with the PS3 here (weeheee 🙂
It support DLNA media servers, so I was wondering if anybody know of a
project that enables the Netware server as a DLNA server?

/Fribse
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Re: DLNA on Netware?

D.d. Tue, 27 Nov 2007 18:22:13 GMT, NetwareGuy <fribse2004@yahoo.dk>
schreef het volgende:

Hi,

>
>Well, I'm playing around with the PS3 here (weeheee 🙂
>It support DLNA media servers, so I was wondering if anybody know of a
>project that enables the Netware server as a DLNA server?
>
>/Fribse


SlimServer 6.5 is available for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. Perl
source code is also available for all platforms.


So u could try it....




Alex Warmerdam
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Re: DLNA on Netware?

Alex Warmerdam wrote:

> D.d. Tue, 27 Nov 2007 18:22:13 GMT, NetwareGuy <fribse2004@yahoo.dk>
> schreef het volgende:
>
> Hi,
>
> >
> > Well, I'm playing around with the PS3 here (weeheee 🙂
> > It support DLNA media servers, so I was wondering if anybody know
> > of a project that enables the Netware server as a DLNA server?

> SlimServer 6.5 is available for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. Perl
> source code is also available for all platforms.
> So u could try it....



Ahh, yess, good old Perl. Perl on Netware is yuck 🙂
I guess I'll look into it when I finally get it ported to either a NAS
or OES2 😄

Thanks for the pointer anyways, I'll probably take a look at it, but
I'm not that optimistic 😞


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