I'm about ready to scrap this project. But before I do I figured I would try out here to see if anyone can help me.
I've got a Sony BluRay player with Internet Apps and a Sony Media Player (SMP-N100), and a Sony Bravia TV with Internet Apps. All these systems are supposedly DLNA capable. But I've tried every DLNA/UPnP server that I can find out there on google, and not a one of them can be seen by these devices. So far I have tried:
PMS (playstation media server)
I can get all these set up and can access the web urls and see the shares on the server from other systems, but not a one of them show up on any of these sony devices. I've completely shut down selinux, and firewalls, and have even taken the switches out of the equation with direct connections between the server and the sony devices. Nothing works. The sony devices simply do not see any of these DLNA servers.
I've read in some of the other forums that Sony hasn't really implemented UPnP and just because their devices are DLNA capable doesn't mean they are UPnP capable. And maybe that's why my Sony devices are not seeing these UPnP servers. If that's true, it's a reason to stay away from Sony products in the future I guess.
But that doesn't solve my problem now.
Does anyone in this forum have any suggestions for a DLNA server that will work with DLNA compliant Sony devices (other then playstation)? I'm not too picky as long as it can be installed on Fedora and it works.