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How to setup gnump3d for a streaming media server : Ubuntu

One of the first things I setup long ago when I first switched to Ubuntu was a streaming media server. I decided early on to just dive in and see what I could do.
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At this point (years later) I have a dedicated media server running on my fiber connection to offer me access to my music collection from any available internet connection! It’s beautiful! All you’ll need to set this up is an Ubuntu machine (desktop, server, laptop–anything you can store media on) and an internet connection. It can also simply be used on a local network to share music with other users or between computers in your network or home.

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