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iNaio 1.0
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iNaio allows you to share your music over the internet.
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Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later






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Tomis reviewed on 07 Nov 2007
I just want a faceless iTunes media server so I don't have to keep that bloated program running just to access my media on other computers. This looked like the ticket for sure. But without documentation it was confusing to setup.

There's two faceless apps, a server and a client. It would appear I have to have both running on my machine in order for other iTunes' to access my media.

A few things this needs:
* Support for iTunes playlists (right now it just serves up your library with no playlists)
* A readme or documentation of some sort
* A graphical configuration app

I'll be keeping my eye on this. It looks promising.
[Version 1.0]

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THEARTOFWEB (developer) replied on 11 Nov 2007
You have to run the server component on the server host, where your music is. then on the client peer you run the client component...so on host client you can access host server
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THEARTOFWEB (developer) commented on 11 Oct 2007
ITA - iNaio - set up

Su un computer impostato come server lanciate "iNaio_Server". Assicuratevi che sia raggiungibile dall'esterno sulla porta 65000.

Su un computer impostato come client lanciate "iNaio_Client". prima però editate il file "server-ip.txt" immettendo il numero ip del computer server.

per vedere se il computer server è raggiungibile digitate sul brower il suo numero ip:65000/

La musica del computer server apparirà su "Shared" in iTunes sul computer client.
[Version 1.0]


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THEARTOFWEB (developer) commented on 11 Oct 2007
ENG - iNaio - set up

**Computer A: (server - public ip, allow incoming requests on port 65000)

-Launch "iNaio_Server"

**Computer B: (Client)

-Check "http://Computer A:65000/"
-Edit file "server-ip.txt"
-Launch "iNaio_Client"
-Launch "iTunes"
-Computer A's music shows up as "Shared" in Computer B's iTunes window
[Version 1.0]


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DionRodrigues reviewed on 09 Oct 2007
This is a pretty cool app, the UI is decent and it works, although, why wouldn't you just use the built in iTunes music sharing feature? Its already been done, and that renders this app nearly useless to people.
[Version 1.0]

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THEARTOFWEB (developer) replied on 10 Oct 2007
iTunes music sharing feature works locally, you can't use iTunes to listen to music collections located outside your mac.

iNaio lets yo do that.
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THEARTOFWEB (developer) replied on 10 Oct 2007
iTunes does not let you browse computers on the Internet...it works only among computers that share a network.

iNaio lets you do that
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Downloads:1,208
Version Downloads:1,207
Type:Internet : Servers
License:Free
Date:09 Oct 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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