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~ OS X Daap SSH Forward Script For the lazy of us that use a remote DAAP server and want to connect to it via SSH port forwarding but can't remember the commands to run. Usage: 1. Create a file called `~/.daapforward` 2. Update config according to example below 3. run `python daap-forward.py` 4. Start iTunes and click on the daap share on the left 5. \m/ Config: # the name of the server that runs ssh. If this is also # the server that runs the DAAP share, this is actually # all you have to put into the config ssh-server-name example.com # this is the name of the user used for connecting. # empty or not specified means current user ssh-username anne # if the DAAP server is running on a different computer # on the network the ssh server is on, you have to specify # this as well. Otherwise localhost is assumed daap-server-name localhost # the port the remote daap server runs on remote-daap-port 3689 # the local port where daap should "run on" local-daap-port 3689 # the name of the share. Now this is the name that is # displayed in iTunes before you actually connect to the # share. As soon as you are connected that name is # overridden with the actual name on the remote, so make # sure to keep them somewhat synchronized. share-name Remote iTunes Share This script has bad code and just works good enough for accessing remote DAAP shares if you are lazy. Use it in combination with dyndns or something for your mobile listening pleasure.