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   >  Installing MediaTomb
   >  Starting & Stopping MediaTomb
   >  Accessing the MediaTomb GUI
   >  Configuring MediaTomb
   >  Adding Content to MediaTomb
   >  Removing Content from MediaTomb
   >  Configuring Transcoding
   >  Debugging MediaTomb

 

Starting and Stopping MediaTomb

 Starting / Stopping MediaTomb from the Command Line

Starting MediaTomb

If you are running MediaTomb on a machine with a GUI, it can be run from:

Applications → Sound & Video → MediaTomb

MediaTomb Menu Option

If you are running MediaTomb on a server without a GUI, it can be run from the command line using the command:

$ sudo /etc/init.d/mediatomb start

If you are running Fedora - or you have configured it to run as a service, use the following syntax:

$ sudo service mediatomb start

Stopping MediaTomb from the Command Line

MediaTomb can be stopped from the command line using the command:

$ sudo /etc/init.d/mediatomb stop

If you are running Fedora - or you have configured it to run as a service, use the following syntax:

$ sudo service mediatomb stop

Restarting MediaTomb from the Command Line

MediaTomb can be restarted (-e.g. following configuration changes) from the command line using the command:

$ sudo /etc/init.d/mediatomb restart

If you are running Fedora - or you have configured it to run as a service, use the following syntax:

$ sudo service mediatomb restart

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