If asked for administration permissions, click on Finally, we can now launch the Remote Play by using the patched exe file we copied: rmp_.
This will launch the Remote Play software and in turn the initial pairing wizard.
If mediatomb is serving a directory mounted with a remote filesystem, like NFS or samba, then inotify events will only be generated for file changes made on the actual machine running mediatomb.
Mediatomb will not receive inotify events for changes made by other NFS clients – a limitation of most remote filesystems and not a shortcoming of mediatomb.
This put a shortcut right on our Desktop that we can in turn rename and even change the icon for.
(updated 4/3/2014) –Playstation 3 (original or Slim) with firmware 3.30 or higher (tested on latest as of 4/4/2014) –PC/Laptop running Windows 7 or Windows 8 (32bit/64bit) and Wi Fi adapter -Full administrator rights with Windows user account on PC/Laptop -Both devices on same network Extract the patched rar files using 7zip (free and excellent! We now will need to copy these files to the Remote Play’s Program Files folder (32-bit OS: c:\program files\sony\remote play with playstation 3\ or 64-bit OS: C:\program files (x86)\sony\remote play with playstation 3\).
Today, I’ll be showing you two easy methods to stream your unprotected TV shows, movies, and music. For free, this server-client pairing lets you stream just about any DRM-free video or audio file from your computer or NAS directly to your PS4.
It only takes a few minutes to get going, so let’s jump right in.
We will want to make a shortcut to the rmp_since we need to run this launcher each time we use Remote Play to bypass the Vaio hardware check Sony put into the Remote Play software.
Just right-click on the rmp_file and then choose Send To Desktop.