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miniDLNA: Dockstar as DLNA-Server v1.1.4

miniDLNA: Dockstar as DLNA-Server v1.1.4

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Today I noticed there is a new version of miniDLNA available. When the build process was running I decided to make a deb-file that you guys don’t have to compile the sources yourself.

Some people don’t want to install the build-environment or sources of dependencies, that’s two of the reasons why I put the files together into an installable deb-file, there you go: (Look at the updates below for feature versions!)

Now edit the config in /etc/minidlna.conf and start the service:

If everything works fine, the server should show up on your dlna-clients.

If your kernel supports inotify (my 3.1.10 does) and you want miniDLNA to use it, check if the device is present:

If it’s not created automatically by udev, you have to do it manually:

After you restarted miniDLNA you should instantly see directorychanges on your clients.

Update 12.09.2011: v1.0.22

I just compiled the new version and packed it to a new deb file. To update just install it:

In the version tag I added a version number lower than sid to avoid problems during system upgrade, thanks to fear_factory84!

Update 28.01.2012: v1.0.23

Today I found some time to build the new version into a deb-file. There you go:

Update 21.02.2012: v1.0.24

Just build the new version into a deb-file. There you go:

Update 24.07.2012: v1.0.25

Just build the new version into a deb-file. There you go:

Update 18.06.2013: v1.0.26

Just build the new version into a deb-file.
Because of a dependency change, you need to update libavformat. It isn’t part of the debian repo, so we need deb-multimedia. Follow the intructions on deb-multimedia.org how to include it in your sources.list!
Then install my .deb and update the deps:

Update 09.03.2014: v1.1.2

Just build the new version into a deb-file.
Maybe you need to remove older versions of minidlna, because the developer changed its path from /usr/sbin to /usr/local/sbin.
Backup your current config and install my .deb:

Update 06.09.2014: v1.1.4

Just build the new version into a deb-file.
Backup your current config and install my .deb: