NetBSD could as well serve as a music (mpd) or video player. You have to research which packages are needed for such a use case, and document it in a tutorial.
Ideally, create a pkgsrc meta package including all the dependencies.
Report bugs you find on the way.
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This is good, but there're two things that would be better to change.First, you write "You can create /etc/rc.d script to make netbsd autostart mpd", but why? Doesn't audio/musicpd contain this script?
You omitted instructions wow to make player reboot and get back into operational state after it. But these are important.
Second, you use pkgin, but there's no such tool in NetBSD at that point. Debug your document, e.g. following your own instructions on clear NetBSD system.
Third, doesn't NetBSD contain ftpd already? Why do you install tnftpd package?
Fourth. Please, describe what one can use to control your device. In particular, IIRC, musicpd doesn't list files just copied to directory it considers audio storage.
It seems that user has to install some program in order to control the player. This program might need some configuration. Provide instructions how to setup such a program and get the player working.
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Thank you! I would argue the editing, but the article seems fine. We will just render it ourselves to markdown.
As you did fine with this documentation task, maybe you want to take up another task? Especially this one could be good for you: http://www.google-melange.com/gci/task/view/google/gci2012/7984211
You could write down your experience with configuring the ftpd.
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