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MiniDLNA is a DLNA-Server which offers the possibility to streams music- and video-data through the network, so the UPnP-AV clients with an appropriate DLNA-mediaplayer are able to play-back these kind of data. Moreover, MiniDLNA includes a database which offers data search functions.
MiniDLNA is an old term wich has meanwhile changed to ReadyMedia it is a part of the UPnP AC media servers an is a part of the UPnP AV media server groups whereby the underlaying protocol is based on the Digital Living Network Alliance.
A lot of clients supports meanwhile the DLNA protocol, just to name a few:
pakfire install minidlna
Possible changes on the default MiniDLNA v1.1.4 config Per default in could be:
The following command forces a mediadatabase update.
minidlna -f /etc/minidlna.conf -R -d