Streama – Setup Your Own Streaming Media Server In Minutes

streama - Setup your own streaming media server

4 Responses

  1. Nikhil says:

    This is not working, I did this both on my Google cloud and on digital ocean. None of them works. It installed, but myip:8080 doesn’t connect. Please help. Do we need to install anything else apart from these?

  2. kyaw myo htet says:

    not outcome this result (INFO streama.Application – Starting Application on ubuntuserver with PID 26714 (/data/streama/streama-1.6.0-RC8.war started by root in /data/streama)
    DEBUG streama.Application – Running with Spring Boot v1.4.4.RELEASE, Spring v4.3.6.RELEASE
    INFO streama.Application – The following profiles are active: production

    Configuring Spring Security Core …
    … finished configuring Spring Security Core

    INFO streama.Application – Started Application in 92.003 seconds (JVM running for 98.66)
    Grails application running at http://localhost:8080 in environment: production)
    and error like that “INFO streama.Application – Starting Application on ubuntuserver with PID 26714 (/data/streama/streama-1.6.0-RC8.war started by root in /data/streama)
    DEBUG streama.Application – Running with Spring Boot v1.4.4.RELEASE, Spring v4.3.6.RELEASE
    INFO streama.Application – The following profiles are active: production

    Configuring Spring Security Core …
    … finished configuring Spring Security Core

    INFO streama.Application – Started Application in 92.003 seconds (JVM running for 98.66)
    Grails application running at http://localhost:8080 in environment: production”

    Please regard me. thanks

  3. Avoid says:

    is possible to change port from 8080 ???

  4. Bob Fearnley says:

    At last, a media server where the instructions on the web actually work! I’ve tried rygel, minidlna & plex – not one had accurate instructions. Sadly Streama doesn’t appear to stream music and that’s al I’m looking for!

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