Medi - A media archiver
Quick and easy
Download and install the installer and execute Medi. The next instructions are only for those who used older versions of Medi.
If you are upgrading from a previous release of Medi, unzip the package overwriting the existing one,
If you have a version prior to 0.2.0, run MediUpdater.jar, without running MediInstallerWizard.jar.
To make it work, you have to install the subsequent piece of software:
Java (TM) 2 Runtime Environment version 1.3.1 or better (download)
A DBMS. At present time only these DBMSs are supported:
A JDBC driver. At present time only these drivers are supported (to be installed in the Java 'ext' directory):
Finally you can download the program and install it. Follow these instructions.
For Non-Windows and Non-Linux users (or Linux users without mounted volumes in the /mnt directory): see README file for other details to perform preliminary operations.
THE NEXT INSTRUCTIONS ARE ONLY FOR EXPERIMENTAL USE, DON’T DOWNLOAD IT IF YOU ONLY WANT TO STORE YOUR MEDIA, YOU DON’T NEED IT!
For running MediX Server you need:
Run the “medi-firebird.script” file contained in one of the Medi binary packages (sorry, I forgot to include it...), modify the “login.php” file to accomodate your database, and put it in your favourite location (obviously server by the web server).
For running Medi connecting to MediX Server you have to:
When you run the connection wizard, you have to specify the location of your MediX Server. Remember to specify in the “server location” only the name of the host (e.g. localhost) and the relative directory in the “directory” field (remember to put a slash before the first directory name).