Am 25.01.2011 13:59, schrieb François Revol:
Le 25 janv. 2011 à 09:42, Stephan Aßmus a écrit :Am 25.01.2011 09:22, schrieb Jérôme Duval:Eheh, exfat might be useful one day for sure. This work requires an updated windows copy though.The exfat for FUSE implementation can be made to compile with the UserlandFS FUSE compatibility layer, but I got no mounting success on first try and haven't tested it any further. I am a bit torn: The TV set supports exfat as only option for hooking up a USB storage device with big files on it. It also supports DNLA. I guess having DNLA services on Haiku would be even more convenient than being able to copy files onto an exfat drive... I did a quick research on DNLA and media servers, but it didn't turn anything up that stuck out as lean and probably easy to port. mmlr, if you are reading this, haven't you put some work into a UPnP server for Haiku?I had a quick look at http://miniupnp.free.fr/ some time ago...
Thanks for the link! If I understand things correctly, this would still need a client which actually publishes media content, right?
Best regards, -Stephan