2 tutorials Subsonic

Subsonic is a web based application that allows you to host and stream your Music, and Videos through the Internet. Subsonic is a java based application so it needs the tomcat web server to run. In this section you will find some tutorials I have written on how to setup and configure Subsonic.

Subsonic Tutorials

Installing Subsonic in your server will allow you to stream your music and video files to any device connected to the Internet such as Android, iPhone, and desktop devices. this is a step by step guide of the official Subsonic installation guide using Debian/Ubuntu found here http://www.subsonic.org/pages/installation.jsp#debian  In this tutorial I assume you already have the latest Ubuntu/Debian server already installed, and fully updated. Note: In order to successfully complete this tutorial you need to have “root” access to the server. Set the server with static IP Make sure your Debian/Ubuntu server is setup with a static IP address. to check that run this command on terminal: sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces and you should get this: in this case, the server is set to DHCP so it does not have a static IP, we need to change it to static. change…


Putting your media files in the cloud is hot these days. first, it was amazon.com that came up with the online storage service, then Google came up with their Google Music service, then a few days later Apple announced their iCloud stuff, and I heard rumors recently that BestBuy is getting their cloud service ready as well. the cloud competition is getting very fierce! What is this cloud hype all about, you may ask. The cloud is supposed to be a place where you dump all your music, videos, and photos, and then access that stuff from any computer or mobile device needing only an Internet connection and a browser. basically nothing is stored on local computer hard drives, or SD cards on mobile phones, all is there in the cloud. I don’t know how much money the cloud providers…