Raspberry Pi Media Server | Mounting Hard Drive & Better Minidlna Config

Please note that this is more for my sake. To mount a hard drive in raspbian do the following: Make sure you have ntfs-3g installed by running:

Then mount the drive read/write with the following command:

And it shout be mounted. /dev/sda1 is the location of your hard drive. Now to configuring minidlna….

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Raspberry Pi Media Server | Streaming To Any Source Using miniDLNA [Documentation]

I’ve made some progress on the RPi Streaming Server. To replicate this you’ll need to do the following: 1. Install miniDLNA

2. Edit the config file to how you want it. Edit it using vim

3. Here’s what I’m working with, and it works.

You can grab the file itself here. The…

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