UPNP (Universal Plug and Play) is a set of networking protocols that allows network components to see each other and use services of each other, such as data-sharing or media-streaming.

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mpd to remote dlna

I currently use an mpd with 4 configured outputs, wired to speakers in the ceilings as home-made "multiroom" audio system. I would like to add wireless speakers, e.g. one like this. The question is: ...
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How to know if an IRQ value is free to use

If we add a device that does not support PNP (Plug-an Play), the manufacturer will hopefully provide explicit directions on how to assign IRQ values for it. However, if we don't know what IRQ value ...
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Access local UPNP and port forwarding while using OpenVPN

I have a laptop with Arch Linux and NetworkManager. When I connect to any wireless network I establish client OpenVPN connection to PrivateInternetAccess (my VPN provider) for privacy. SSH and ...
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Allow Rygel to talk to NetworkManager over DBUS?

I'm trying to run Rygel, a UPNP media server, on a headless Fedora 20 system. I installed Rygel, and created a dedicated user and systemd unit for it. Rygel starts but it is not listening on the port ...
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Can't access to miniDLNA

I wanted to install a dlna server on my asus eeepc, and tried minidlna. My eeepc runs Wheezy, so I just had to run apt-get install to install minidlna on it. The first time I ran it, everything worked ...
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Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW) and UPNP

Is it possible to configured UFW to allow UPNP between computers in the home network? Everything works if I turn off the firewall. I can see in syslog the firewall is blocking me. I've tried all ...