Arm compiled binary greater than 1.0.18?

2011-10-11
2013-05-29
  • Craig Chambers

    Craig Chambers - 2011-10-11

    Hello all,

    Does anyone have or know of a recent build of miniDLNA for ARM architecture?

    I've recently bought  a Netgear Stora, which has miniDLNA installed (yay).  Unfortunately the version installed by default is the rather old 1.0.17.  I have managed to source a version 1.0.18 from the OpenStora forums, and this is working OK, but does not have any of the more recent changes needed for Sony TVs to display AVCHD files.  I have got around this using the old method of updating the SQL database, but the files are not pausable and you cannot FF/RW.

    I have no experience with cross compiling, and I'm unsure how easy it would be to compile on the target device, so if anyone has a later version would be much appreciated.

    /Craig

     
  • Craig Chambers

    Craig Chambers - 2011-10-12

    To answer my own question, in case anyone else see this, I found a binary buried in a .deb package here:
    http://dev.shyd.de/dockstar/minidlna-1.0.22-arm.deb

    Obviously, some random binary for a different product using a different Linux distro (Debian base vs the Stora's Red Hat base) may not work exactly as expected (or even at all).

    I very quickly tested this and was able to play back my Casino Royale Blu-Ray rip including pausing and fast forwarding.
    When I came to have a quick look this morning however, the process had stopped. 
    More testing needed I think.

    /Craig

     

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