Raspberry Media Server

29. April 2015 at 20:05
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Als Entertainment-System für mein Auto setzte ich ein Raspberry mit zwei Tablets ein.
Dies funktioniert über WLAN, so dass keine Kabel notwendig sind.

Die Konfiguration der Wifi-Verbindung wird hier sehr gut beschrieben:



DLNA wird prinzipiell von allen Playern auf allen Betriebssystemen unterstützt. Eine einfache und schöne Anleitung ist hier zu finden:



Inder Konfigurationsdatei für minidlna muss man das WLAN interface einbinden: network_interface=wlan0


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# media_dir=/var/lib/minidlna

# Path to the directory that should hold the database and album art cache.

# Path to the directory that should hold the log file.

# Minimum level of importance of messages to be logged.
# Must be one of "off", "fatal", "error", "warn", "info" or "debug".
# "off" turns of logging entirely, "fatal" is the highest level of importance
# and "debug" the lowest.

# Use a different container as the root of the directory tree presented to
# clients. The possible values are:
#   * "." - standard container
#   * "B" - "Browse Directory"
#   * "M" - "Music"
#   * "P" - "Pictures"
#   * "V" - "Video"
# if you specify "B" and client device is audio-only then "Music/Folders" will be used as root

# Network interface(s) to bind to (e.g. eth0), comma delimited.

# IPv4 address to listen on (e.g.
# Port number for HTTP traffic (descriptions, SOAP, media transfer).

# URL presented to clients.
# The default is the IP address of the server on port 80.

# Name that the DLNA server presents to clients.
friendly_name=XC60 Media Server

# Serial number the server reports to clients.

# Model name the server reports to clients.
model_name=XC60 Media Connect compatible (MiniDLNA)

# Model number the server reports to clients.

# Automatic discovery of new files in the media_dir directory.

# List of file names to look for when searching for album art. Names should be
# delimited with a forward slash ("/").

# Strictly adhere to DLNA standards.
# This allows server-side downscaling of very large JPEG images, which may
# decrease JPEG serving performance on (at least) Sony DLNA products.

# Support for streaming .jpg and .mp3 files to a TiVo supporting HMO.

# Notify interval, in seconds.

# Path to the MiniSSDPd socket, for MiniSSDPd support.



Den Server habe ich mit der USV zusammen in ein Gehäuse einer alten Festplatte eingebaut: