I've just installed (from the repository) uShare on my Ubuntu Server 11.10 to play my media files on my PS3. When trying to execute it, I get this error:
Interface eth0 is down. Recheck uShare's configuration and try again ! uShare (version 1.1a), a lightweight UPnP A/V and DLNA Media Server. Benjamin Zores (C) 2005-2007, for GeeXboX Team. See http://ushare.geexbox.org/ for updates. Listening on telnet port 1337 Initializing UPnP subsystem ... Starting in DLNA compliant profile ... UPnP MediaServer listening on 192.168.1.5:49200 Sending UPnP advertisement for device ... Listening for control point connections ... Building Metadata List ... Looking for files in content directory : /home/media/content/videos/ Segmentation fault
eth0 is up and running.
This is my config file:
# /etc/ushare.conf # Edit this file with 'dpkg-reconfigure ushare' # Configuration file for uShare # uShare UPnP Friendly Name (default is 'uShare'). USHARE_NAME=uShare # Interface to listen to (default is eth0). # Ex : USHARE_IFACE=eth1 USHARE_IFACE=eth0 # Port to listen to (default is random from IANA Dynamic Ports range) # Ex : USHARE_PORT=49200 USHARE_PORT=49200 # Port to listen for Telnet connections # Ex : USHARE_TELNET_PORT=1337 USHARE_TELNET_PORT=1337 # Directories to be shared (space or CSV list). # Ex: USHARE_DIR=/dir1,/dir2 USHARE_DIR=/home/media/content/videos/ # Use to override what happens when iconv fails to parse a file name. # The default uShare behaviour is to not add the entry in the media list # This option overrides that behaviour and adds the non-iconv'ed string into # the media list, with the assumption that the renderer will be able to # handle it. Devices like Noxon 2 have no problem with strings being passed # as is. (Umlauts for all!) # # Options are TRUE/YES/1 for override and anything else for default behaviour USHARE_OVERRIDE_ICONV_ERR=yes # Enable Web interface (yes/no) USHARE_ENABLE_WEB=yes # Enable Telnet control interface (yes/no) USHARE_ENABLE_TELNET=yes # Use XboX 360 compatibility mode (yes/no) USHARE_ENABLE_XBOX=no # Use DLNA profile (yes/no) # This is needed for PlayStation3 to work (among other devices) USHARE_ENABLE_DLNA=yes