The World Geodetic System (or WGS) is a worldwide standard for the cartography. The well-known concepts (such as latitude and longitude, for example) are part of this standard.
Yet, in Switzerland, there is a different national standard that is called CH1903 (or Landesvermessung 1903, LV03).
Implementations, in the most widespread programming languages, to convert coordinates from the Swiss standard to WGS1984 are provided by swisstopo. However, the Python one is missing. You can grab it here.
A quick disclaimer: This guide contains references on how to install and configure miniDLNA in the Gentoo/Linux environment. Still, the majority of the suggestions and all the settings are meant to be distro-agnostic.
We just bought the Samsung UE46ES8000 LED TV and I wanted to share all the music and videos I have on my home server with the TV.
I spent a whole day to figure out what program should I’ve been using and I tried a couple of alternatives. I came up with the conclusion that MiniDLNA is probably the best solution for me.