DLNA

uShare on CentOS

Before you start Here’s what you need to do before you get started: You should have SELinux disabled (Google “disable SELinux” if you don’t know how to check SELinux status or turn it off). If you’re using CentOS or RHEL, you need to have the EPEL Repository enabled on your system. Fedora users already have the proper repo (@fedora) enabled by default. Realize that these instructions were written and tested with RedHat-based...

Read More

MiniDLNA Server on CentOS 6 for Samsung TV

Why miniDLNA?  Well first let’s start with the fact that there are a lot of DLNA type servers out there.  That do things quite differently.  I wanted one that was reliable.  My secondary concern was that I wanted one that didn’t try to do everything.  I didn’t need web interfaces or transcoding.  miniDLNA does just the sharing.  What your device does with the data is up to it.  It gives a good guarantee that it will work with the...

Read More

MediaTomb DLNA Server on CentOS for Samsung TV

1) Download the latest rpmforge-release rpm from http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el6/en/x86_64/rpmforge/RPMS/ 2) Install rpmforge-release rpm: rpm -Uvh rpmforge-release*rpm 3) install MediaTomb via yum: yum install mediatomb 4) open /etc/mediatomb/config.xml in your text editor of choice 5) remove the comment tags around the <custom-http-headers> section and make that section look like this: <custom-http-headers> <add...

Read More