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Hey, great work on AE, I think your ideas and my ideas could get united for a better two-in-one bubble regarding the WIPS on AEtalk page?
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Your part is mostly geared to windows we should find a way to gear it to Linux as well, say not directsound/wasapi alone.
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{{divbox|red||{{huge|'''NOTICE:''' Every {{kodi}} "client" '''must''' run the same version of {{kodi}}.}}<br />Otherwise they will not be sharing the same library. There can even be differences between [[development builds]], so make sure you always use the same build dates. See '''[[Databases#Database_Versions|Version table]]''' for more info. }}
And make it all loo nice and simple but well dressed and presented, Its about time we take the users and shove them in a set-it-yourself section. Really needed IMO, humanity is dire and at best idk.
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Perhaps we should talk to coordinate important shit (tm) what you think?--uNiversal 18:14, 4 February 2013 (EST)
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:''For simple library sharing see: '''[[HOW-TO:Share libraries using UPnP]]'''''
==wip on How to configure audio improvements==
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{{See also|Databases}}
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Could you have a look at [[Talk:AudioEngine/HOW-TO:_Configure_audio]] and see if theres anything you would improve/change on there? Its to replace the current contents of [[AudioEngine/HOW-TO:_Configure_audio#Audio_Output_GUI]]
 
TIA--uNiversal 07:08, 22 April 2013 (EDT)
 
  
==Wip Pulseaudio support==
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;<big><u>Introduction</u></big>
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<section begin="intro"/>If you have more than one {{kodi}} device on your local network then you might want to synchronize them by sharing the Kodi library databases via the MySQL protocol. Using shared library databases allows you to store information for either your video or music library in a central database, so that multiple devices can access the same information at the same time.<section end="intro"/>
  
Please can you look at [[PulseAudio]] and [[Talk:PulseAudio]] and see where you can help me out there?
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This gives you the ability to do things like:
Thanks [[User:UNiversal|UNiversal]] ([[User talk:UNiversal|talk]]) 05:52, 20 January 2014 (EST)
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* Share watched and unwatched status for your media on all devices
== AE pages ==
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* Stop watching a movie or TV show in one room then finish watching it in another room automatically
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* Only one library to maintain for all devices
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Will need to look at updating those pages/tables for e.g in the relevant pages to match Gotham changes like https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/commit/6c3af2a5cf0ad15041f920d99c584594f4a1bb82
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;{{big|MySQL Protocol & MariaDB}}
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When setting up shared Library databases either MySQL or Maria DB can be used as they both use the same MySQL protocol. Since many Linux distributions have dropped including MySQL and now instead now ship MariaDB it is being more common to use MariaDB for shared Library databases.
  
Thanks [[User:UNiversal|UNiversal]] ([[User talk:UNiversal|talk]]) 05:52, 20 January 2014 (EST)
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Latest revision as of 00:33, 19 January 2020

Share libraries w/MySQL, guide:

  1. Introduction
  2. Setting up MySQL
  3. Setting up Kodi
For simple library sharing see: HOW-TO:Share libraries using UPnP
Network.png
Introduction

If you have more than one Kodi device on your local network then you might want to synchronize them by sharing the Kodi library databases via the MySQL protocol. Using shared library databases allows you to store information for either your video or music library in a central database, so that multiple devices can access the same information at the same time.

This gives you the ability to do things like:

  • Share watched and unwatched status for your media on all devices
  • Stop watching a movie or TV show in one room then finish watching it in another room automatically
  • Only one library to maintain for all devices


MySQL Protocol & MariaDB

When setting up shared Library databases either MySQL or Maria DB can be used as they both use the same MySQL protocol. Since many Linux distributions have dropped including MySQL and now instead now ship MariaDB it is being more common to use MariaDB for shared Library databases.


Next step: Setting up MySQL