minidlna  1.3.0
About: ReadyMedia (formerly known as MiniDLNA) is a simple media server software, with the aim of being fully compliant with DLNA/UPnP-AV clients.
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minidlna Documentation

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MiniDLNA project
(c) 2009 Justin Maggard
Portions (c) 2006-2007 Thomas Bernard

This directory contains the MiniDLNA daemon software.
This software is subject to the conditions detailed in
the LICENCE file provided with this distribution.

Parts of the software including the discovery code are
licensed under the BSD revised license which is detailed
in the LICENSE.miniupnpd file provided with the distribution.
More information on MiniUPnPd can be found at

The MiniDLNA daemon is an UPnP-A/V and DLNA service which
serves multimedia content to compatible clients on the network.
See for more details on UPnP
and for mode details on DLNA.


- libexif
- libjpeg
- libid3tag
- libFLAC
- libvorbis
- libsqlite3
- libavformat (the ffmpeg libraries)

Justin Maggard