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A UPnP compatible media server.

GMediaServer is a UPnP compatible media server that serves audio and video files to certain network connected media players. Most hardware media players only play music or video - they don't provide the media themselves. Those media files have to come from a device on the network. GMediaServer is a server for such UPnP compatible media players, including:

  • NETGEAR Wireless Digital Music Player (MP101)
  • Linksys Wireless-B Music System (WMLS11B) and Wireless-B Media Link for Music (WML11B)
  • Philips Streamium SL300i, Streamium RC9800i, Streamium SLA5520, SLA5500
  • Omnifi DMS1
  • SMC EZ Stream 11Mbps Wireless Audio Adaptor (SMCWAA-B)
  • D-Link DSM-520 Wireless HD Media Player
  • Roku SoundBridge Network Music Player M1000
  • Terratec NOXON audio, NOXON 2 audio
  • Pinnacle ShowCenter 200
  • Logik IR100
  • Denon AVR-4306
  • Nokia 770 Internet Tablet.

It is part of the GNU project.

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version 0.13.0 (stable)
released on 10 November 2007



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License:GPLv3genium5 September 2015

Leaders and contributors

Oskar Liljeblad Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 5 September 2015.


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