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djmount

djmount is a UPnP AV client. It mounts the media content of compatible UPnP AV devices as a Linux filesystem (using FUSE). The audio and video content on the network is automatically discovered, and can be browsed as a standard directory tree. djmount should work with any UPnP AV compliant devices or software servers. Currently tested devices include TwonkyVision UPnP Music Server on Linux, GMediaServer on Linux, GeeXboX uShare on Linux, Ahead Nero MediaHome Server, and Microsoft Windows Media Connect.

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  •  28 Aug 2006 12:51

    Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs. In particular, UPnP Routers are no longer visible, and a memory corruption was fixed.

    •  26 Jul 2006 22:37

      Release Notes: This release implements "search" operations on UPnP AV files: see examples in the documentation. Also, only multimedia files are now directly visible; other items are moved in hidden "dot" directories (e.g. ".metadata").

      •  01 May 2006 20:47

        Release Notes: This release allows the 'mmap' operation to succeed on exported files, which helps some media players to work with djmount (e.g. mpg321).

        •  25 Mar 2006 18:18

          Release Notes: Some extra FUSE-related mount options are now allowed, such as allow_other and allow_root. Backward compatibility with FUSE version 2.2 was also added.

          •  18 Jan 2006 06:02

            Release Notes: A major bug causing an empty "browse" on some types of UPnP AV servers, such as AV Media Server in Intel Tools for UPnP Technologies, was fixed. This media server now works with djmount. It has also been tested with the following media servers: TwonkyVision UPnP Music Server 3.0, GMediaServer 0.9.0, and GeeXboX uShare 0.9.5.

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