i'm using the raspberry pi model B (Rev 1) with the current Raspbian “wheezy” image.
I like to use this raspberry as homeserver in order to provide an local cloud and file services.
Additional I like to run an Upnp/DLNA server. But: which one?
Looking at wikipedia I found this list of possible Upnp servers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison ... ia_servers
I checked some of this, which are support Linux OS and found out, that some software packages are not up to date.... in some cases last updates are 2 years ago.
So it looks like, there are no development and no improvement at some software packages.
I know that mediaTomb works fine in most cases (http://mediatomb.cc/) but same here: last update was 2 years ago.
An alternative could be MiniDLNA, like this: http://minidlna.sourceforge.net/ But I don't know, if this is recommended for the raspberry. And I don't know, if there is a ready-to-use binary for the raspberry?
[Edit] It looks like, there is an ready-to-use binary. :
Has anyone experience with that?
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# apt-cache search minidlna minidlna - lightweight DLNA/UPnP-AV server targeted at embedded systems
What Upnp/DLNA Server would you recommend?