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I can probably get my hands on the BridgeCo WAA device, audio only is somewhat
 
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limited but still better than nothing for the start.
 
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Revision as of 18:52, 10 February 2008

Here is a list of hardware that might be interesting for DLNA development and test work.

Available Hardware

This is a list of hardware that is known, and available for DLNA development work. If you have something that you would be willing to share, or could run tests on for people, please add it to the list. The idea is that we keep a sort of "virtual hardware library", where items can be checked out (being sent between developers as needed). This list keeps track of who has such hardware, and whether it can currently be borrowed or not.

Hardware Owner Current Location Status
Playstation 3, US model CE Linux Forum (on loan from CELF Test Lab) Frank Scholz's house (city and country?) Working and In Use (??)


Status can be:

  • In use
  • Can be borrowed
  • Working
  • Broken

Desired Hardware

  • Sergey wants a PS3 - European model
  • Ben wants a European PS3
  • Anyone want a Nokia N800??

DLNA Reference Hardware List

See https://certification.dlna.org/ref_devices.htm

Notes

Sergey wrote: As far as I know the Telegent TG100 device is based on the CyberTan MA100 implementation, and we had to add two hacks to work around bugs in the TG100 firmware. So I really wonder how it got the DLNA certification when the UPnP part is already causing trouble.

By the way, the TG100 can be bought for around 70EUR on E-Bay, which is quite cheap. The question is, if it still qualifies since it's an MA100 spin-off.

I can probably get my hands on the BridgeCo WAA device, audio only is somewhat limited but still better than nothing for the start.