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Digital Audio Access Protocol (DAAP)

DAAP is a protocol to share media over a network. It was first used in the iTunes music player, but is widely used today.

Client

Amarok automatically shows the tracks from the server in the left pane and no further configuration is required.

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Server

On Debian-based distributions like Ubuntu you can install a DAAP server using

sudo apt-get install mt-daapd

This will install the Firefly DAAP server. You can configure it using its web interface by opening the page http://localhost:3689/index.html. The default password is mt-daapd; the user field stays empty.

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