streamiumd is a self-contained server that you can use on your linux machine to serve mp3 files to your Philips Streamium device(s). streamiumd was tested only on the MC-i250, but the MC-i200 should work as well as some others.
Advanced Tricks / Examples:
Start the server, make it show up as "Living Room", and serve mp3s from /home/dave/mp3s:
./streamiumd -d "Living Room" /home/dave/mp3s
Start the server, make it show up as "Basement", serve mp3s from /home/shared/mp3s, and stream mp3s on port 8081 (note: separate port #s are NOT required if running on multiple servers, but you probably want to change the names)
./streamiumd -d "Basement" -p 8081 /home/shared/mp3s
The same, but watch it in action (don't daemonize.. useful for testing)
./streamiumd -d "Basement" -p 8081 /home/shared/mp3s -n
· A Linux Machine containing at least one mp3 file (or an m3u file with streaming internet radio urls) on one of its mounted filesystems. As far as I know, streamiumd doesn't work on Windows.
· MP3::Info module from CPAN (or from your command line, perl -MCPAN -e "install MP3::Info")