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This is what I had to do. 1) Do a netstat to find the PID of kodi.bin on the Local Kodi server sudo netstat -lp --inet 2) Then get the pid and do a grep on it, this will tell me the udp and tcp ports it uses. sudo netstat -lp --inet | grep "$7609/" Link to example of it


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In software (Linux Mint/Ubuntu..)- find and install Rygel. It is a DNLA server. Then move the movies you want to watch into your movies folder. You can then access this through your Smart TV (or Roku or AppleTV box).


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You are adding the media_dir just right. But please delete the quotation marks! As the first comment suggests you need to reload your media database. I do this by having set inotify=yes in /etc/minidlna.conf # Automatic discovery of new files in the media_dir directory. inotify=yes then use command sudo service minidlna force-reload in Terminal to ...


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Before opening up ports, try turning off the firewall and see whether it works then. If not you've got another problem. If turning off the firewall works, turn it back on and add 8200 and 1900 (That's what I have for miniDLNA and it works flawlessly). By the way: UPnP is not needed to make DLNA work.


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you can either install Rygel preferences from the ubuntu software center which is a gui to edit Rygel's directories or edit the file using you favorite text editor the file's location is: /home/(your user name)/.config/rygel.conf and edit/add/delete items in the line uris=@MUSIC@;/home/rt/Videos/1 tv; If your folders don't show up you may want too ...


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Take a look at github.com/masmu/pulseaudio-dlna. It was designed to stream the sound of your applications to DLNA devices in your network. You can choose which application to play on your device via pavucontrol.


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Take a look at github.com/masmu/pulseaudio-dlna. It was designed for your purpose. You can choose which application to play on your tv via pavucontrol.


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Adam's script inspired me too. I created a little server which discovers all upnp renderers in your network and adds them as sinks to pulseaudio. So you can control every application via pavucontrol to play on your upnp devices. Thats the kind of comfort i always wanted when dealing with upnp devices under linux. You can grab it at: ...



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