In principle you can setup a crostool so you can build for the
Linkstation on a mac (or even linux PC but that is hareder). This is
non-trivial but can be done. If you covert your Linkstation to a Kuro
and install Gentoo then you can even setup that compiles are done on a
bunch of different machines on your network, again not trivial to
setup but can be done using distcc
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com
> No, that wasnt my question. Let me try to be more clear. I want to
> run mt-daapd on my linkstation. As part of the instructions, you
> need to port all these files to the linkstation, build,
> compile,...etc... My question is can one do the build, compile on
> your Mac and after that is done, only port the resulting key files
> to the linkstation?
> Maybe my question doesnt make sense because of my ignorance; if it
> doesnt, and I am ignorant, would like to know that too.
> --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, Steve Lemke <steve@l...>
> > Recently, whodiini3 wrote:
> > > All the instructions for installing mt-daapd and other files
> > > instructions are to copy a bunch of files to the linkstation,
> make and
> > > compile...... If I have a mac, PPC based, couldnt I run the
> > > code, but a whole lot faster and also keep fewer files on the
> > > linkstation?
> > If you want to leave a Mac turned on all the time to serve your
> > to other daap clients, why not just leave iTunes running with
> > enabled?
> > The whole point of having mt-daapd running on a LinkStation,
> > etc., at least from my perspective, is to be able to run it on a
> > NAS that is quieter and draws far less power than leaving my
> > computer on all the time. In fact, being able to run mt-daapd is
> > primary reason I bought my LinkStation.
> > --Steve