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Created: User:Dieb (10 Feb 2010)
Last edited: lpvalente (10 Mar 2013)

This article describes and provides a quick tutorial for the BRisa project; a project that has the goal of providing UPnP solutions. It's first contribution is a cross-platform Python-based UPnP framework, capable of deploying devices and control points.



  • Native integration with Qt, Gtk and GObject.
  • UPnP specification 1.0 for devices and control points


python-brisa requires the following:


First of all, install the dependencies listed above. That is, python and one of the listed webservers. You may use the most convenient way you wish for installing those, e.g. if you're on Ubuntu simply use apt-get:

sudo apt-get install python python-circuits

Secondly and last, get a python-brisa release (.deb or .tar.gz) here. BRisa developers recommend you to always download the latest releases.

Installing a BRisa .deb release

sudo dpkg -i python2.6-brisa_0.10.1maemo0_all.deb

Installing a BRisa .tar.gz release

tar zxvf python-brisa_0.10.1maemo0.tar.gz
cd python-brisa_0.10.1maemo0
sudo python install
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