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Joined: 11/12/2009 18:06:51
Messages: 3

I actually found airvideo because i couldn't get orb to work on my mac. Overall I like the program allot more. I wouldn't hesitate buying this app if it ran under linux. I heard orb were going to make a linux version from there boards. So there must be some need for it or a decent amount of linux users.

You guys made a linux version
or even added music also. you'd defiantly have the best streaming app around. Id pay a decent amount for something like that.

Joined: 11/13/2009 13:55:21
Messages: 16

One more Linux support request from another user that uses windows for browsing the net but uses Linux for serious/real Server tasks.

Joined: 11/15/2009 12:18:36
Messages: 2

Yep another vote for linux support, ezshare apps got my money at the moment, however much prefer your app, but it took me long enough to get my linux up and running, to switch back to windows,

Joined: 09/02/2009 01:27:42
Messages: 2

omg, what have i started

seriously though, if u guys really wanted to have a linux port and dont have enough time on your hands - just post a request for help on your frontpage/forum.
i am sure a few dozen qualified guys will gladly help get a linux port developed - for free! (including me).

even if u wish to keep the source closed, there has to be some kind of possibility.

i am sure such an effort will pay off - seeing how this thread has more replies already than any other in this forum.


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Joined: 11/17/2009 16:31:54
Messages: 1

Just registered to say that I too run a linux nas server where all my media files are stored. It will NOT show up in your logs when you check what kind of OS you have . Considering that there is a LOT of cheap nas solutions out there that people buy in order to store their files I dont really understand that statement.

The only reason I am not purchasing this app is because I have no intention of starting to have all these files stored on my laptop.

Other then that it seems to be a great product and I would ofc respect your choise if you are not porting it.

Joined: 12/05/2009 12:32:29
Messages: 2


I also think a unix version of the server software would make sense. looking at the number of upcoming home server solutions based on linux, I think you'll notice that it was worthwhile.

My suggestion to get this started would be to ask for help from the user community as there seem to be a lot of eager people out there that would love to have this up and running on their *nix based home servers.

If you could also make it work on FreeBSD, I would be incredibly happy


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Joined: 12/13/2009 14:53:34
Messages: 6

One more for the Linux server.. I REALLY LOVE this iPhone/Server combo, but as many users I have a linux machine hosting and sharing all my movies...


Joined: 12/13/2009 21:36:44
Messages: 1

I'm registred this only to say that need Linux port or simple server. I have linux-server for storing music and video.

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Joined: 12/19/2009 22:27:43
Messages: 2

Please release a Linux server for this.
I have payed for the software and can barely use it now

Ill gladly pay a dollar for a linux server.
Can you guys give us some information, do you have plans for a linux release or should i count the money i payed wasted?

Joined: 12/20/2009 04:26:30
Messages: 4

I have ubuntu based Home-Server for printer server and file server . It's very usefull.
I hope Air Server for ubuntu(linux).

Joined: 12/24/2009 12:11:44
Messages: 2

I run Linux on my home server, and I use my MacBook to surf the web most of the time.
Besided, if Air Video Server was available for Linux it would make a lot more sense for Linux only users to visit this forum

I can't find this information right now, but I seem to remember that I recently saw an investigation that showed that most people that has a computer with Linux has at least one other computer with some other OS.

That beeing said, I am very happy with the Air Video Server, but it would be good if I did not have to leave 2 computers on to have it up and running...


Joined: 01/01/2010 20:36:08
Messages: 1

linux support would be great... at least in CLI mode.

Joined: 12/24/2009 12:11:44
Messages: 2

paulo wrote:linux support would be great... at least in CLI mode.

Well, yes, that I sort of took for granted. I do not see an need for a GUI for the Linux server. The number of settings in the server is anyway very small and simple.

But anyway, good idea to point that out that it would not be expected.


Joined: 01/06/2010 03:13:11
Messages: 1

adding my name to the list for Linux support.

Joined: 01/10/2010 15:34:37
Messages: 1

i vote for linux version (at least CLI).
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