Re: playing multimedia over my local network - how?
On Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 5:04 PM, H.S. <email@example.com>
I am looking for a setup to play movies and music and to browse photos
over my local home network (mostly Debian, one Ubuntu machine, sometimes
a Windows machine on the wireless network). How do I start doing that?
My objective is to have all multimedia on one disk connected to a
machine (USB, firewire or SATA, not fixed yet).
>From a little search, I have seen somebody mention NFS for which I
apparently need 2.6.27 kernel (not in Testing yet, so that option is
out). The other option seems to be to stream video -- is this really
necessary in this situation? And it won't help much with photo browsing
Mostly I connect between different machine via SSH. So I can open an X
display. That gives the video but no sound on my local machine.
I have also samba setup on one machine which at present mounts a disk
which has songs and photos on it. However, I haven't yet found a way to
play the songs over samba. Also, by favorite photo browser is gqview but
it also doesn't appear to understand samba.
Thanks in advance for inputs on this.
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