If you have two computers running Ubuntu on the same network, it could be an good idea to use openssh to share files between them.
The setup shouldn’t take more than 2 minutes.
updated for Ibex.
Archive for June, 2008
Google gadgets are now available for linux.
Download the .deb files here.
You can launch the program by pressing “alt+f2″ and typing “ggl-gtk”.
If you want to launch it in the sidebar, type ” /usr/bin/ggl-gtk -s -bg” instead.
Add one of those commands to “system -> preferences -> sessions” to start google gadgets when you start your pc.
I have a mediatomb server running on my desktop and use it to stream content to my ps3.
As I’ve got my laptop back today, I thought it would be useful if I could also connect to it from my laptop.
This task seemed not so trivial as I thought.
For some reason I was in the illusion that I could easily connect to it using either vlc for videos and any audio player for music.
That wasn’t the case.
Rhythmbox has a upnp plugin but you’ll have to install some lib’s from the repo and even then I couldn’t use it.
I could connect to the server using firefox (entering the address for the server), but that’s isn’t very useful.
The only decent option available for ubuntu is to mount the server as drive.
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