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Any hacked way to support UPNP for the NetGear MP101?

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  • #730

    caboosesw

    I happen to have three of these things and the media server seems perfect for my limited needs (iTunes playlists = #1 priority).

    Any hacked way to get this going?

    Any plans in the dev roadmap?

    -Barry

    #7071

    conreyt
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    @caboosesw wrote:

    I happen to have three of these things and the media server seems perfect for my limited needs (iTunes playlists = #1 priority).

    Any hacked way to get this going?

    Any plans in the dev roadmap?

    -Barry

    What are you trying to do? I’m curious because if you’re trying to be able to listen to your music on another network a good way to do it is to tunnel that traffic thru an ssh connection:

    http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/RemoteAccessForDaapd
    http://wiki.mt-daapd.org/wiki/SSH_Tunnel

    Theron

    #7072

    fizze
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    well, the netgear 101 does support twonky, apparently.
    so the Q would be how to get twonky to support iTunes style playlists….

    too bad I have no clue whatsoever about twonky. (phew) πŸ˜‰ πŸ™„

    #7073

    caboosesw

    Yup, Twonky does work but alas the playlists don’t seem to automagically import.

    Allegro does support iTunes playlists albeit with practically no extra sizzle

    What I am merely trying to accomplish is just listen to iTunes playlists with the NetGear’s via UPNP on my local network … ala Allegro … using an Open Source app that will have future development.

    If FF won’t have it, I can shell the $$$ for Allegro and be stuck with something that works but has no flare.

    #7074

    rpedde
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    @caboosesw wrote:

    Yup, Twonky does work but alas the playlists don’t seem to automagically import.

    Allegro does support iTunes playlists albeit with practically no extra sizzle

    What I am merely trying to accomplish is just listen to iTunes playlists with the NetGear’s via UPNP on my local network … ala Allegro … using an Open Source app that will have future development.

    If FF won’t have it, I can shell the $$$ for Allegro and be stuck with something that works but has no flare.

    firefly doesn’t (yet) to upnp.

    It will at some point — I want to serve videos through my xbox 360.

    #7075

    fizze
    Participant

    It will at some point — I want to serve videos through my xbox 360.

    HD junkie! πŸ˜€


    on a slightly related sidenote, looks like I’ll be sporting a showcenter and running swisscenter on the slug as well (or maybe oxyl, whichever runs nicer)

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