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In this article, I walk through the process of installing a UPnP server on my NSLU2so that it can server audio, pictures and movies to client devices. I'm also finished with a review of a new NAS device which should be posted in the next week or so. It works surprisingly well for a device with only 32 megs of ram. I'm using some custom perl scripts to TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure and manage all of the urls for batbox.
I also picked up a cheap thumb drive so I'm toying with the idea of removing the hard-drive from my NSLU2 and only using the flash drive for storage. It should TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure plenty of space for how I use it. Lower power and silent with no moving parts. Now I'm working on a review of another NAS device that TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure Linux internally like seemingly all of the other ones out there.
It has an easily accessible serial connection that at least one person has used to get root on it. Stay tuned for details.
I was able to feed it content via my NSLU2 by using the twonkvision server. I also came across a server, wizdthat implements the custom protocol that the Link Theater TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure.
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Wizd supports a number of different media players and it comes with source so it can be built for various boxes. This one was interesting in that it had hardware support TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure encryption and RAID. The unit ran Linux, of courseand was based on a Broadcom reference design.
I wasn't able to get root on it because once again, there was something non-standard about the Reiser filesystem. I just finished a review of a Networked DVD player that went fairly TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure.
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This is a powerful combination. The video quality is good and TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure movies drop down in size to less than a gig and a half so you can store quite a few movies on a TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure box like the NSLU2. I just wish it were quicker to convert the movies. For me, a conversion was an overnight process. The review should TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure up fairly soon. There were some incompatibilities between Twonky and the NSLU2, but hopefully these will get corrected either by Netgear or Twonkyvision.
The Twonkyvision server running on my KuroBox fared better and was able to serve audio, video and pictures to the unit.
I've finished a review of another Network Attached Storage device that should be up on TomsNetworking shortly. It ran Linux of course, and had some interesting features such as hardware-based encryption, mirroring and RAID support. With that done, I'm starting to work TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure a review of a DVD player that has wired and wireless networking and also supports the UPnP protocol.
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There sure are a lot of interesting little devices around these days! In the time I was playing with the unit I wasn't able to get root, although I still have some ideas when I get more TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure Hah!
It uses the same processor as the NSLU2 and I'll have some tests comparing the performance of the two. It's all fun-and-games in the Buzbee house! It's a wireless media adaptor that can play music, videos and display pictures. So the path to play a song is: The play command is then sent across my TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure network and TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure passed wirelessly via my Linksys wrt54g back to iTunes running on my iBook.
Next iTunes sends a daap command wirelessly through my wrt54g and back to my wired network and on to mt-daapd on my NSLU2.
Mt-daapd sends TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure requested music across my wired network and then wirelessly through my wrt54g back to iTunes TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure my iBook which encodes it. The encoded music is then sent wirelessly to my Airport Express via my wrt54g and my wired lan. The AirPort Express decodes the music and sends it through the audio output into my stereo.
It's really a lot simpler than all of that. Most of it is auto-configuring, but it's interesting to think of all of the data paths that occur to play a simple song. TRENDnet TS-S402 Enclosure
I did a bit of network sniffing to see how commands are sent from the Airport Express to iTunes.