I doubt anyone here has -- this is actually the first time the subject has come up. You'll probably have better luck asking in the windows forums. If it works there, then it will work with linux DLNA software, too, unless there's some form of DRM involved.
I had to compile it, but it was super easy to do. Configuration was a breeze; you just point it to a directory and it shares it.
I have a Samsung 7100 series and it found it and played it without a problem. It works....my only gripe is that it doesn't display additional information about media and you can't delete files, or mark them as 'watched'.
I've been using xbmc for years and was hoping that the dlna stuff would work out similar to this...but it seems like it's just a really run down version of a media center. I didn't buy the tv for hte dlna stuff, but I thought it would be fun to play with.
Yep i have tried this and it works....as a server i would go mezzmo.. saved me hours and hours on top of two days of configuring after work.. not enjoyable when you outlay $$ for a tv that i believe should pick up the streaming out of the box