Xbmc upnp library not updating
The Raspberry Pi can take on a wide range of tasks, but one of the favorite applications is using the Raspberry Pi as a media center.
Adding a Raspberry Pi to a plain old boring television set lets you play clips from You Tube and online media libraries, and you can even stream video to the TV from a data storage device or an external hard drive.
Most people don’t know or care about them, because one profile is all they need on their home HTPC.
The only time they’d be useful for the average user is if that user wanted to test out something or mess with a new library without screwing up their already perfect existing library.
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Getting started on creating these capabilities is easy when you use distributions like Raspbmc  or Open ELEC  together with XBMC media center software, which is in the process of changing its name to the Kodi media player .
XBMC-based Rasp Pi distributions like Raspbmc and Open ELEC only install the media center system as it is.
For only 100 bucks for a Fire TV or as little as 39 USD for a Fire TV Stick, you’re able to bring a powerful media system to your living room which is capable of streaming 1080p videos using Kodi / XBMC.
I don’t have kids, so I don’t need to filter out my B&B.
In my world, profiles have only been useful for testing out scraper updates or messing around with test libraries and other Q/A activities.
sudo apt-get install php5-cli wget wget chmod x fritzbox-dlna-refresh vi fritzbox-dlna-refresh If you’re wondering why an external MD5 library is necessary to run this script, here’s the answer. Box 6360 uses Paul Johnston’s MD5 Java Script library (version 2.1).
Unfortunately, this version of the library is broken and the MD5 hash it returns is wrong — in other words: md5(“123”) ! So I had to translate the library from Java Script to PHP.