Sounds like a great concept, but I cannot see the server from Xbox 360. I have it linked by ethernet, and used to share to it from Windows Media Player 11, so I know the Xbox settings are fine. The instructions that are in the x360mediaserve package download state that it requires:
lame.exe - mp3 encoder binary
oggdec.exe or sox.exe (with ogg support) - ogg decoder (if you plan on using ogg support), can also use sox
faad.exe - faad2 aac decoder binary
flac.exe - flac decoder
and, for Linux
install lame,faad,flac and sox where they will be found by a bash script
Regarding this, what bash script could they be referring to, / .bash_profile possibly? If so, where would one need to install/copy the above decoders for the bash script to see them?
I can configure it via the link, and can start it running, but the XBox 360 cannot see it. I know the XBox 360 does not have a problem with sharing usually, because I also installed Ushare and it saw it, but I could not configure Ushare, said something about "endian test failed".