Setting up a Linux box as an iTunes Server redux

Following up on my post on Setting up a Linux box as an iTunes Server, it would appear that someone has taken alot of the hardwork out of setting this up. The Multi-Threaded DAAP Daemon has everything you need to get a linux box started as an iTunes server. All that’s needed is to install the software (available as RPMs for Fedora Core 1, Redhat Linux 9 and Debian), created a directory with the music in it, tell the configuration file where the mp3s are, and start the service. Away you go! And it also has a web interface for configuration as well.

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  1. Thanks for the plug. 🙂

    I just got my new iLife Friday. Got some packet traces for iPhoto sharing and hope to have the server share photos as well by the end of next week. Come back later and check it out.

    — Ron

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