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Digital Audio Access Protocol (DAAP)

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


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

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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 the webinterface by opening the page http://localhost:3689/index.html . The default password is mt-daapd; the user field stays empty.

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