Home Audio Server

Procrastinating real work, I documented my home audio server setup. I needed a cross-platform solution, and as a first step, I settled with MPD. The setup is only a few days old, and I may decide to change software eventually. But the current setup works under Gnome, Windows, Mac OS X and even on my Nokia 6233.

Home Audio Server

What may be missing is FM/DAB Radio and streaming of TV, but I’m not sure the little NSLU2 is up to it. We’ll see.

The writeup on how to do this is long, so I put it at a separate page:

(This is a continuation of my series to document the devices that run my home, the first was the internet setup).

GnuTLS v2.0

I released GnuTLS v2.0 yesterday, the announcement is available.

So now we can start thinking of nice stuff to have in the v2.1.x series. Integrating the PKCS#11 support is one. ECC support? TLS 1.2 may go into v2.0.x. Opaque PRF input support is planned. Some benchmarking and optimization could be interesting. Other ideas?