Hi, folks. First time poster here. Please, go easy on me.
I'm somewhat new to Linux, but have played around with an Ubuntu server at home and have flashed my Linksys WRT 350N with DD-WRT v 24SP1 Standard. I've installed Samba, xinetd, and uShare. uShare didn't work at all with my MP3s showing up on Xbox, so I became interested in Twonky.
So, here's the question: Is it possible to install Twonky on DD-WRT? I've tried a few download packages, but none seem to work correctly. I got 'missing symbol lstat64' on the MIPS little endian uclibc (http://twonkyvision.de/Download/4.4.9/twonkymedia-mipsel-uclibc-0.9.28-20081002.zip). Is it possible to use the NSLU2 one and hack the install script to install it to the places I want once I copy it over manually? Or is there another binary package that will work? Has anyone does this successfully before? I can't seem to find anyone who has, but I also haven't been able to find definitive information that it won't, either. Haha.
Somewhat off-topic, I blogged about my experience getting my router up and running with DD-WRT. http://blog.davidbarrett.net/archive/2008/11/21/linksys-wrt350n-dd-wrt-usb-storage-samba-and-upnp.aspx The last piece I'd like to succeed with (and document for others) is getting Twonky working on it as well.
Your help is greatly appreciated in advance.