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MEDIA SERVER FOR FreeBSD

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I want to install a media server at my web dedicated server with FreeBSD. Can I? If there any appropriate software?
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Just for people doind a search on this, I've found this for Win2K/XP:

http://www.umediaserver.net/

This appears promising for you - open source (also a number of binaries available):

http://developer.apple.com/darwin/projects/streaming/

There isn't a binary available for FreeBSD, but as the MacOSX is based on BSD, I'd expect it to compile reasonably cleanly. (It compiles under Red Hat 7.3) after collecting a few addition RPMs!

If you want a commercial server (perhaps a bit expensive?), then try here:

http://www.serverwatch.com/stypes/index.php/QS9W

A java solution for MP3s which may be of interest?:

http://www.kevinboone.com/mp3server.html

This link includes a number of server(type solutions) - e.g Camserv, but these may not be exactly what you want:

http://www.linuxmedialabs.com/LML_links.php?type=contrib

If you want to try the realmedia server, then it is probably worth reading this:

http://www.yolinux.com/TUTORIALS/LinuxTutorialRealVideoStreaming.html#RMSERVER

HTH:)



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