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-====== UPnP MediaServer on Linux PirateBox ====== 
  
-The following HowTo describes HowTo setup and minidlna Server on your Debian-like and RPi-PirateBox. ​ //This is very useful for Apple clients!// 
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-If you encounter problems, see [[http://​forum.daviddarts.com/​read.php?​7,​8005|PirateBox Forum - Support Topic]] 
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-  * Login into your PirateBox-System and check that you have a working internet connection 
-  * Install and stop automatically started minidlna 
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-  sudo apt-get install minidlna 
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-  sudo /​etc/​init.d/​minidlna stop 
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-  * Create a Backup of your default configuration 
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-  sudo mv /​etc/​minidlna.conf /​etc/​minidlna.conf.default 
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-  * Next step is to download and bring my preconfigured configuration in place. 
-    * **Important note** There is logfile, but as far as I considered it, there is no information about the connections. 
-    * It points to the Directory /​opt/​piratebox/​share/​Shared 
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-  cd /tmp 
-  wget http://​downloads.piratebox.de/​linux.example.minidlna.conf 
-  sudo cp linux.example.minidlna.conf /​etc/​minidlna.conf 
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-  * Finally, we have to switch to configuration option in the debian-init.d configuration for minidlna 
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-  sudo sed '​s|#​USER="​minidlna"​|USER="​nobody"​|'​ -i /​etc/​default/​minidlna 
-  sudo sed '​s|#​GROUP="​minidlna"​|GROUP="​nogroup"​|'​ -i /​etc/​default/​minidlna 
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-  * Edit the config if you want to... (ie. change displayed name) 
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-  sudo vi /​etc/​minidlna.conf 
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-  * **On Debian-alike systems* minidlna already boots via default 
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-  * Start it now with our new configuration 
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-  sudo  /​etc/​init.d/​minidlna start 
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-You are finished, have fun!