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Thursday, 1 May 2003

ZeroConf is cool

Filed under: Mac

Anybody know how to get ZeroConf working on Linux, so that I can advertise services on my server to the Macs at home?


5 Comments

Jonathan Sergent said:

See http://www.strangeberry.com/java_rendevous.htm – there’s a Java implementation of multicast DNS. It’s got a wonderfully creative name–JRendezvous. You can advertise some services from the command line.

Thursday, May 1 2003 at 11:46 AM

Dan Brickley said:

Damian Steer’s foaffinger[1] app might be of interest. It uses jrendevous too. Worked fine for me on Linux.

What I’d really like to do is figure out how to expose (and create!) an MP3 streaming service from my linux box to my Mac(iTunes4) laptop…

[1] http://rdfig.xmlhack.com/2003/03/05/2003-03-05.html#1046889477.917832

Monday, May 5 2003 at 4:19 AM

Marc Hadley said:

Take a look at http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/wlg/3175.

Thursday, May 8 2003 at 12:08 PM

Russell Brown said:

JRendezvous has moved too http://sourceforge.net/projects/jmdns/

Monday, January 26 2004 at 7:07 AM

Robin Perkins said:

Download Apple’s mDNSResponder - it has a Linux port (actually Posix as well as Windows, VxWorks. MacOS X and MacOS Classic) and allows you to use a common API across all platforms. It is also under a FSF approved opensource license (APSL).

Get it from http://darwinsource.opendarwin.org/tarballs/apsl/mDNSResponder-62.tar.gz

Sunday, April 25 2004 at 11:37 AM

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