what do you have installed on your mbw?
cool, what is it Clutch?
is rsync any good?
Clutch is a GUI to work with Transmission….I haven't tried rsync…..
Mediatomb is the only uPnP-server I tried thus far on the WDWB.
It works… but how does it compare to the other servers.
Can anyone who tried the other server (ushare, twonky) tell me which one is their preferred and for what reason?
I want to use it in combination with Xbox Mediacenter and maybe with iTunes.
I already noticed that subtitles don't work with mediatomb.
Twonky is by far the best I have used out of the three. Ok you have to pay for it, but for that reason it is far more polished than the others. Works well with iTuned and Media player, although I have not tried it with a console.
Yep… Installing was as easy as Mediatomb and it all seems a bit faster.
I still have a problem with my subtitles when I use XBMC (Xbox Media Center).
When I run it from the SMB it has no problem picking up the subtitles.
I can imagine that the uPnP-server has to pass them, so I thought of uploading the subtitles to XBMC itself.
XBMC has a special directory where I can put all the subtitles.
Again… When I'm watching them with SMB I'm getting subtitles (deleted the subtitles on the NAS), but with uPnP I don't….
Googling, I saw that many have this problem but no solution yet.
bash, coreutils, file, htop, less, man, mc, procps, screen, sudo, util-linux-ng, wget-ssl
ack, colordiff, diffutils, findutils, gawk, grep, patch, perl, python25, sed
bzip2, gzip, tar, unrar
inetutils, lftp, lsof, net-tools, netcat, openssh, rsync, strace