Reply to post: Re: DNLA server

Raspberry Pi celebrates fourth birthday with fruity version 3

Someone_Somewhere

Re: DNLA server

Apart from my A/V production needs, I'm looking for something I can use as a VM server for my business - not quite cloud server farm, but the same principle.

Sure, they're small and cheap enough to use real hardware instead of VMs, but then there are other issues I face when I need to take my business on the road - my needs are indeed /very/ specific and, in all fairness, the Pi wasn't really conceived for them, but I can dream, can't I? ;)

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