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UPnP video clients

>>>>> "Tom" == Tom Metro <tmetro-blu-5a1Jt6qxUNc at> writes:

    Tom> Is there really no main stream Linux media player with UPnP
    Tom> support?

I haven't tried it, but it looks like there's a plugin for rhythmbox
which works for some people (and not others).  I've had good results
with the DAAP sharing in rhythmbox.

Laura   (mailto:lconrad-O0WJhd4tT3hg9hUCZPvPmw at
(617) 661-8097	233 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139

After much pondering, I think I understand a basic reason why a glass
of something reviving is so welcome in the early evening.  Partly, of
course, it's just that, to revive, to relax, but it's also a
convenient way of becoming a slightly different person from your
daytime self, less methodical, less calculating -- however you put it,
somebody different, and the prospect of that has helped to make the
day tolerable.  And, conversely, it's not having that prospect that
makes the day look grim to the poor old ex-boozer, more than missing
the alcohol as such.  Changing for dinner used to be another way of
switching roles.  Coming home from work has a touch of the same

Writers haven't got that advantage -- when they finish work they're at
home already.  So perhaps they need that glass of gin extra badly.
Any excuse is better than none.

Kingsley Amis, _Every Day Drinking_

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