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I found this tutorial on the internet and I'm disappointed because it needs winamp to work. Anyone in here who have tried this one without using winamp? Or do you have any tutorial that can turn a home pc into a server so that I can access my files anywhere

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please reformulate your question: The unknown tutorial part is useless. Which netjukebox features do you need? What's the os of your home pc? do you need smartphone support? which kind of files (videos, audio, photos, any)? – fluxtendu Feb 13 '10 at 10:10
oh yes I forgot to put the link. But I already found the answer – Ieyasu Sawada Feb 14 '10 at 13:26
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From what I have understand you want to stream your medias from your home pc, and effectively netjukebox needs winamp but they are plenty of solutions to do it without winamp:

If you choose to use your own site, maybe you will need to open your router and/or your firewall, and to use dyndns if you haven't a static IP

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For streaming you can use almost any media player. Winamp is only required for local playback with playlist support.

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