If your drive has any options for DLNA or Media Sharing, you could try turning those on. Otherwise, since its running Linux and if you are feeling a bit adventurous, you could look into installing Twonkyvision on it. I installed Twonky recently on a Maxtor Mediashare II networked drive and it works as advertised, but there was a specific package for my drive. They have a general package for linux setups, though, that might work for you. I don't think it transcodes video, though, so the PS3 must be able to read the video/audio types natively. As far as organizing media and working with pictures and audio (I mainly got it to serve my mp3 collection), it works great; and since its installed on the network drive itself, I don't need a computer to be running at all times. It does cost $40 after a 30 day trial period, though.