[lug] audio questions

Jason Vallery jason at vallery.net
Thu May 8 16:05:23 MDT 2008

There are a bunch of projects that accomplish this.  There is a list at:


I personally have used Ampache (http://ampache.org/) which worked
well.  A while back though I switched to mt-daapd so that it would
integrate with iTunes (http://mt-daapd.org/).  I'm a Mac guy on the


On Thu, May 8, 2008 at 3:34 PM,  <dio2002 at indra.com> wrote:
> Nathan Berry wrote:
> > The reason I have ripped my CD collection is that I run an MP3 server on
> my
> > LINUX box.  I can listen to my music from anywhere I have internet access.
> > I have also converted my LPs to CDs and then ripped them as well ( I have
> > over 1000).  So my music collection is pretty good sized.  It is nice to
> > have my entire collection available to me when I am at work.  Just my two
> > cents.
> >
>  i'd like access to that collection ;-)
>  how do you access the files remotely?  do you tunnel into that server or is
> it wide open?  what software do you use to navigate and access the files
> remotely? i'm thinking straight http directory listings would be rather
> inconvenient though simple to implement.
>  i'm thinking it might be time for me to set one of these up myself.
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