This process will walk through the steps take to setup a Raspberry Pi Model B+ as a media server that is capable of providing media in your car. The main requirement is to be able to support multiple steaming videos simultaneously over a wireless network. As an added bonus, The Raspberry Pi can also provide internet access if an Ethernet cable is plugged in and allow direct HDMI connectivity to an TV.
Another quick tip takes us to a Linux (Ubuntu) based system that is not resolving hostnames even with DNS properly plugged in. You may even be able to successfully perform a NSLOOKUP against your domain controller. As usual, the right file update corrects the issue.
While working with the Raspbmc, I was testing various SMB and UPNP file shares through the XBMC Control Center. After adding a few locations, some of them containing failed references, the configuration within the on screen menus was beginning to look sloppy. I was also curious where my entered credentials were being stored.