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In Ubuntu 12.10 Rygel didn't work for me as well for this purpose. Since then now I use Ubuntu 13.10, and Rygel has been updated to version 20, which works for me flawlessly. This GNOME Wiki! article tells us that Rygel has two PPAs: https://launchpad.net/~yg-jensge/+archive/gupnp To add this: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:yg-jensge/gupnp ...
Go for Rygel. It is easy to use and does transcoding on the fly (read you can play your videos on your TV if your TV can decode them).
For some time now there has been a UPnP plugin based on Coherence(Now grilo) for Rhythmbox. It allows Rhythmbox to access UPnP/DLNA MediaServers on the network and will also export the Rhythmbox music collection to other UPnP/DLNA MediaRenderers such as the Sony Playstation 3. Fist add grilo ppa: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:grilo-team/ppa sudo apt-get ...
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