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minidlna.conf — MiniDLNA server configuration file
minidlnad(1) reads configuration options from the system-wide configuration file /etc/minidlna.conf, or the file specified with -f on the command line. The file contains keyword-argument pairs, one per line. Lines starting with ‘#’ and empty lines are interpreted as comments. The possible keywords and their meanings are as follows: album_art_names List of filenames to check for when searching for album art cache, separated by forward slashes (‘/’). This option can be specified more than once. db_dir Path to the directory minidlnad should use to store its database and album art cache. Uses /var/lib/minidlna by default. enable_tivo Support for streaming .jpg and .mp3 files to a TiVo supporting HMO. Set to “yes” to enable support for streaming JPEG and mp3 files to a TiVo supporting HMO. Set to “no” (default) otherwise. friendly_name Customize the name that the minidlnad server sends to clients. Defaults to “hostname: username”. force_sort_criteria Always set SortCriteria to this value, regardless of the SortCriteria passed by the clien t. ( E.g. force_sort_criteria=+upnp:class,+upnp:originalTrackNumber,+dc:title ) inotify Set to “yes” to enable inotify monitoring of the files under media_dir to automatically discover new files. Set to “no” to disable inotify. network_interface Comma separated list of network interfaces to bind to. Default is empty which means bind to all. log_dir Path to the directory where the log file should be stored. Defaults to /var/log/minidlna. log_level Defines the type of messages that should be logged, and down to which level of importance they should be considered. The possible types are “artwork”, “database”, “general”, “http”, “inotify”, “metadata”, “scanner”, “ssdp” and “tivo”. The levels are “off”, “fatal”, “error”, “warn”, “info” and “debug”, listed here in order of decreasing importance. “off” turns off logging messages entirely, “fatal” logs the most critical messages only, and so on down to “debug” that logs every single messages. The types are comma-separated, followed by an equal sign (‘=’), followed by a level that applies to the preceding types. This can be repeated, separating each of these constructs with a comma. Defaults to “general,artwork,database,inotify,scanner,metadata,http,ssdp,tivo=warn” which logs every type of message at the “warn” level. max_connections Specify maximum number of simultaneous connections. Note: many clients open several simultaneous connections while streaming. media_dir Path to the directory containing the media files the minidlnad server should share. Use this option several times if you have more than one directory to share. To restrict a path to one specific media type, you can use the following syntax: the letter ‘A’, ‘V’ or ‘P’, followed by a comma (‘,’) followed by the path. The meaning of the first letter is as follows: • ‘A’ for audio files; • ‘V’ for video files; • ‘P’ for image files. For example, if you want to include only video files located in /srv/multimedia/videos directory, and only music in /srv/multimedia/music, then you would use media_dir=V,/srv/multimedia/videos media_dir=A,/srv/multimedia/music Another example would be media_dir=V,/srv/multimedia/videos media_dir=V,/srv/multimedia/movies media_dir=A,/srv/multimedia/music Or, if you did not care what type it finds, then you could use media_dir=/srv/multimedia/videos media_dir=/srv/multimedia/movies media_dir=/srv/multimedia/music You can mix it up, find anything in music, but only Videos, in videos and movies media_dir=V,/srv/multimedia/videos media_dir=V,/srv/multimedia/movies media_dir=/srv/multimedia/music merge_media_dirs Merge all media_dir base contents into the root container. The default value is no. minissdpdsocket Path to the MiniSSDPd socket, if you want to use minidlnad together with MiniSSDPd. Defaults to /run/minissdpd.sock. model_name Set the model name reported to clients. Defaults to “Windows Media Connect compatible (MiniDLNA)”. model_number Set the model number reported to clients. Defaults to the version number of minidlnad. network_interface Network interface(s) to bind to (e.g. eth0), comma delimited. This option can be specified more than once. If unspecified or empty, minidlnad binds to all the valid network interfaces (except loopback). notify_interval Set the notify interval, in seconds. The default is 895 seconds. port Port number for HTTP traffic (descriptions, SOAP, media transfe). This option is mandatory, unless the port number is specified on the command-line using -p (see minidlnad(1)). presentation_url Define the URL presented to clients (e.g. “http://example.com:80”). The default is ‘/’. root_container Use a different container as the root of the tree exposed to clients. The possible values • ‘.’ to use the standard container (this is the default); • ‘B’ to use the “Browse Directory” container; • ‘M’ to use the “Music” container; • ‘V’ to use the “Video” container; • ‘P’ to use the “Pictures” container. If you specify ‘B’ and the client device is audio only, then “Music/Folders” will be used as the root container. serial Set the serial number reported to clients. Defaults to MAC address od network interface. strict_dlna Set to “yes” to strictly adhere to DLNA standards. This will allow server-side downscaling of very large JPEG images, which may hurt JPEG serving performance on (at least) Sony DLNA products. Set to “no” otherwise. tivo_discovery Which method to use for registering in TiVo. By default “bonjour” is used. You can switch to legacy “beacon” method. user Specify the user name or UID to run as. Beware that if you are using an init system to start minidlnad, then this option has no effect and you should override default user in minidlna.service for systemd or set USER in /etc/default/minidlna for sysV init. uuid Specify device's UPnP UUID minidlna should use. By default MAC address is used to build uniq UUID. wide_links Set to “yes” to allow symlinks that point outside user-defined media_dir. By default, wide symlinks are not followed.
/etc/minidlna.conf System-wide default configuration file.