Re: [LinkStation_General] Re: Media server
- ----- Original Message -----From: musikgoatSent: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 7:10 AMSubject: [LinkStation_General] Re: Media server
--- In LinkStation_ General@yahoogro ups.com, "Chris Watts" <ng@...> wrote:
> TwonkyMedia works fine with the radio when I run it on my laptop
(Windows XP Pro). But how can I download it and get it to run on my
LS1 (firmware 1.47)? I want the radio + LS to operate without the
laptop being switched on.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Thoralf Freitag
> To: LinkStation_ General@yahoogro ups.com
> Sent: Saturday, July 21, 2007 1:37 PM
> Subject: Re: [LinkStation_ General] Media server
> Chris Watts schrieb:
> I have a Linkstation HD-250 (or it may be 300).
The firmware is version
> 1.47. It has a built-in media server used by
LinkTheater - but I have no
> idea what
> type of server this is. Doesn't seem to work with
> It's not an UPnP Server.
> I would like to use the LS as a media server for
my TerratecNoxon i-radio
> works with TwonkyMedia and UPnP.
> Can I achive this? If so how? I have zero Linux
experience but am highly
> TwonkyMedia works fine on this device. It's simple to install and
use. You can download a trial version first and can test if it is
usefull for you. No risk.
http://www.twonkyvi sion.de/Download /TwonkyMedia/ TM4Technicians. html
you want the PPC version as you have the 1.xx series firmware.
There are pretty clear instructions on how to install it, as its
mainly configurable through another web interface (like the LS's
Hope this helps,
-- This email has been verified as Virus free Virus Protection and more available at http://www.plus.netSure does.I have just now discovered also how to upgrade to v 1.52 of the LS firmware which has the required telnet access - and is a must to be able to add anything.. v1.47 does not have that capability as I discovered after I had installed it about a year ago!