We have in OMG! Ubuntu!, where they explain that AirPlay is an Apple proprietary service “that allows a computer, iPhone, iPod or iPad with the iTunes player or iOS 4.2 Sending a music content, video or photos via streaming to multiple devices such as a Airport Express, Apple TV or other devices with AirPlay support. “
Cloud Computing service from Canonical, Ubuntu One, and offered support for streaming music via AirPlay through Ubuntu One official client for the iPhone last year, but this new option Totem extends that support to those who have devices with iTunes or with IOS and also manage Linux on their computers, for example at home or at work.
To access the plugin will have to download it from the git repositories sukimashita.com that estánlocalizados here. So, to put up the first thing you’ll have to do is clone the repository via the corresponding command in a terminal:
git clone http://git.sukimashita.com/totem-plugin-airplay.git
And then move those files to the directory:
This includes creating the directories where needed. Finally you will have to enable the plugin in the plugins menu of Totem, and now you can enjoy AirPlay into your Linux computer.