Hi, can someone point me to a site with instructions on how to set up
Bonjour in linux.
I don't know if there is documentation on-line, but there is a pretty
helpful readme that comes with the source code. It's not that hard to
set up if you're familiar with Linux.
First, download mDNSResponder, either from Apple's website or from the
Go to: http://developer.apple.com/networking/bonjour/ and click on
"Downloads" for the 107.1 version, or on "Bonjour Source Code" for a
link to the CVS version. If you're familiar with CVS, I recommend that
version -- it has some buges fixed, which are still in the 107.1 version.
after downloaded it, go to the "mDNSPosix" folder, and read the
"ReadMe.txt" file. In there it says that you have to type:
while you're in the mDNSPosix folder.
After you're done that, you can install it using
make install os=linux
Alternatively, you can look at the files in the build/ directory yourself.
If you want to try, do read the ReadMe.txt file -- it actually contains
some very helpful information how to advertise a service, which you can
then see on another computer in your network.
Note that mDNSResponder does not handle auto-configuration of IP
addresses; if you want that as well, just drop a line to this list.
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