MinimServer 2 has replaced MinimServer 0.8 on all platforms for new installations.
If you have an existing installation of MinimServer 0.8, you can continue to use it with
some limitations. See the MinimServer 2 page for details.
There are important differences between MinimServer 2 and earlier versions of MinimServer.
Some features that were available free of charge in earlier versions of MinimServer require payment
of a license fee in MinimServer 2.
For details, see the License Options page.
For details of how to install MinimServer 2,
see the Quick Start page.
This page describes the technology that was used to build MinimServer.
If you just want to listen to the music, you can ignore everything here!
MinimServer is written in Java, which means it should be able to run on most
platforms. It uses the OpenHome ohNet UPnP networking stack
(see this page).
The MinimServer application consists of a number of components which are
managed by the jMinim component framework (included as part of MinimServer).