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[Discuss] MythTV: from bad to worse. Start over?

Hey, Bill,

Bill Cattey <wdc at MIT.EDU> writes:

> We have a DLNA server at home that talks to our BluRay player.
> Sadly the first DLNA server we tried was not seen by the BluRay player.
> The second one is seen but won't see new content unless we rebuild the
> Db from scratch.  Our setup is a little strange in that the DLNA server is
> running on a NetBSD box running or freeNAS server.  Part of the reason why
> new content is not seen is that NetBSD and Linux have different approaches
> to noticing a filesystem has changed.
> Chuck made it all work, perhaps he will chime in.

So what you are saying is that if you were using a Linux server then the
DLNA server would have noticed new content properly?  ;)

Could one use DLNA for MythTV recorded content?

Which DLNA server(s) have you tried/used?


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