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    Just installed Firefly on Ubuntu Hardy Heron, and I can see the server at
    and the music shows up in iTunes and is playable.

    So far so good.

    I have a Sony CPF-IX001 music player which should also work with Firefly.
    This kit speaks DLNA if that means anything. I tried the dreadful software that it comes with under Windows and it works, but now I’d like a proper setup using Firefly.

    tcpdump keeps telling me about SSDP, which wikipedia says is a service discovery protocol, and that this is not what Apple uses. I see lots of:

    IP > UDP, length 288

    What can I try next to get this working?



    Firefly supports the RSP and DAAP protocols to stream music.
    DAAP is Apple’s protocol. So I really doubt a Sony device supports it.
    RSP stands for Roku Service Protocol. It is licensed to Roku devices. (ie. Roku SoundBridge).

    Where did you read/hear the device should work with firefly..?

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