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Tom's Networking: Hacking the Linksys NSLU2--Part 3--Adding an iTunes Server

Aug 27, 2004, 07:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jim Buzbee)

[ Thanks to NSLUG for this link. ]

"If you've been following along with my previous articles, you now have the ability to telnet into your NSLU2 and start up NFS. Those are valuable capabilities, but this time we're going for the entertainment value.

"Like many people, my MP3 collection is beginning to eat up some serious disk space. As well as getting my music moved to central storage, it would also be nice to share it among different computers in the household. Does the NSLU2 have the right stuff to be a music server? It's small enough to tuck into your entertainment center. It's silent, and its storage capabilities are limited only by the the size of the disk you plug into it. It looks promising to me...!"

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