Out of the box, iTunes lets you share your library with up to 5 client computers. However, 5 is the max. I need to share my iTunes library (or a music library set up in some other way) with up to 9 clients on a local network. Does anyone know of client/server software that will let me do that? I'm pretty techy, and can work at the terminal level, etc., so it doesn't have to be an off-the-shelf solution. I thought I'd heard of people doing this, and done a fair amount of searching, but haven't been able to find anything suitable. Constraints: All computers are running 10.4.11. Right now, we don't have internet access, and may not have it any time soon (I know, I know, it's the dark ages, but I'm having to deal with bureaucracy and privacy issues). So, something like SimplifyMedia probably won't work - it seems to be dependent on internet access. We add music fairly often, and the person who adds music is not techy, so adding tunes/updating what the clients see is either automatic, or at least easy. And, changes need to be seen by the clients immediately, or at least quickly. I can potentially set up a file share, though this isn't ideal. Has anyone shared an iTunes library this way? Any guidance/tips? Thanks!