02/06/2007 at 3:56 PM #1446AnonymousInactive
First, I would just like to say that I’m running 1586 on Edgy with my Roku M-1001 and loving it… thanks for all the great work!
It would be awesome if I could use Firefly to stream content to other devices as well (e.g. XBox, Playstation 3, Media Adapters etc.) without needing something like Twonky.
So, I know it’s been said before, but UPnP would be great! (squeaky wheel)
I’d be happy to help test with the devices that I have.
Thanks!03/06/2007 at 2:34 AM #11000stretchParticipant
The latest nightly has UPnP discovery (if enabled) but nothing else yet so i think it’s safe to say that Ron is working on it.03/06/2007 at 8:45 PM #11001rpeddeParticipant
The latest nightly has UPnP discovery (if enabled) but nothing else yet so i think it’s safe to say that Ron is working on it.
Yeah, disco is done, but it’s really done badly. I need to add real function registration and stuff to it. But that’s the next on my list once I finish up the ssl and file/socket abstraction. I hoped to finish that up this weekend but maybe not. The unix side is all done, just need to finish the windows side.
— Ron16/06/2007 at 4:48 PM #11002slipincatParticipant
when the feature is ready I can test uPnP with my MagicBox the Imp. At the moment I’m using on my debian machine mt-daapd and uShare, but uShare is pretty basic.
So I hope Firefly will be better.26/07/2007 at 9:40 AM #11003awxGuest
mt-daapd/firefly is my favorite media server by far and I’d really like to see it get DLNA/upnp support as well.27/07/2007 at 4:14 AM #11004rpeddeParticipant
mt-daapd/firefly is my favorite media server by far and I’d really like to see it get DLNA/upnp support as well.
Ya, me too. I’m working on code cleanups right now, to target a stable release. Then I’ll start hacking on the upnp again.
— Ron30/07/2007 at 6:15 AM #11005petsoundsParticipant
Just a note to say “me too” for DLNA/uPNP support. I got a PS3 recently and have been thinking of migrating away from XBMC for my living room music playback. It’s just been too unreliable with DAAP support.02/08/2007 at 3:03 AM #11006gurgel2Participant
Woow.. id love that. Ive come to the conclusion that the only capable frontend for SB/nslu-firefly is the Cidero software. Does the job perfectly. The SB is good playing.. thats about it.26/10/2007 at 6:34 PM #11007magnateParticipant
Woow.. id love that. Ive come to the conclusion that the only capable frontend for SB/nslu-firefly is the Cidero software. Does the job perfectly. The SB is good playing.. thats about it.
Can anyone help a n00b get Cidero working? It finds my SB instantly, but never finds the mt-daapd server.
If it’s of any consequence:
the server is on my linux box, 192.168.1.3 (static)
the SB is 192.168.1.215 (dhcp)
Cidero is running on a windows box, 192.168.1.10 (static)
CC12/11/2007 at 4:51 PM #11008eschoellerParticipant
@petsounds: Yep, agreed. XBMC is waay too unreliable. When I got the ps3 and it didn’t find my mt-daapd server I began thinking about new music servers, even though I really like this one. After reading this post I guess I’ll wait it out – even though I’ve been waiting for reliable XBMC support for nearly 2 years..
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