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DLNA Media Server for Ubuntu/Linux Mint?

I currently stream my videos from my Windows 7 computer to my Xbox 360 via TVersity. But I have a laptop running Linux Mint (fantastic Ubuntu variant) that I’d also like to stream media from. Is there any DLNA compatible media streamers for Linux that I can use? Preferably something that loads up in the background on startup so I don’t have to manually start it whenever I want stream something.

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  1. Peter | Dec 11, 2010 | Reply

    I’ve had ushare working well streaming to a 360 before, which needs a small amount of configuration and will then start at system boot. But having a look on my current Ubuntu 10.04 machine, it seems to have something called Rygel, which is a GNOME interface to upnp/dlna. Looks interesting.

    Oh, it’s worth keeping in mind that streaming apps that start at boot can be a risk on laptops. It’s a little too easy to forget that they’re there when you connect your laptop to another network. Anybody on that network can then stream stuff from you, and having services open at all just makes you more vulnerable to attacks.

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