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Default Made Multimedia Server with FreeBSD 7

I want made Multimedia server with FreeBSD 7 ,
I want user can see movie and listen MP3 and enjoy of multimedia
How I can do this ???
if someone has good experience with make multimedia server , please guide me .
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you probably want to be a bit more detailed for any one to offer advice.

My multimedia files are mounted as network shares ;-)
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Depends upon what you need. FFserver can be stream server, lighttpd can do movie sharing website (something like Youtube) without much fiddling around, And yes, simple yet effective, network file sharing
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I want another user connect to my server see movie with browser and listen mp3 and can not save mp3 or mp4 only see and listen and enjoy .
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I want another user connect to my server see movie with browser and listen mp3 and can not save mp3 or mp4 only see and listen and enjoy .
Why so? Any good reason for not allow them save multimedia files?
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because sometimes my friend come to my house and want use my computer , I do not like they see all my movie and I want they open browser and see some of them and enjoy
if they can save , they download movie and save it on my computer and I will lose mant space.
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I thought smt involved in copyright but what you have said its just so mean.
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