Samsung BD-F5100/EN (Smart Blu-ray Player, HDMI, USB 2.0, Ethernet)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The Samsung BD-F5100 is a stand-alone Blu-ray player, which supports the video formats MPEG2/4, AAC, DivX, h.264, DivX-HD, MKV and WMV. Thanks to the DLNA support of the device, media can be streamed over the netzwork to an DLNA server.
A DLNA server which is installed under Linux, e.g., ReadyMedia (formerly known as “minidlna”) is comaptible with the Samsung BD-F5100 and therefore can distribute the files over the netzwork.
The DLNA server can be installed under Ubuntu by:
sudo apt-get install minidlna
Several configuration instrauctions can be found for this DLNA e.g. anEnglish version.
creation date: 02/08/2014, last update: 02/08/2014 , Linux-Hardware-Guide
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