[nSLUG] MythTV hardware?
me at jonwatson.ca
Sat Dec 1 16:42:19 AST 2007
Historically, this really wasn't an area of interest for me. However,
since recently acquiring an Eastlink DVR I am starting to appreciate
how useful a home-brewed setup would be.
I seem to recall that MythTV is a fairly frequent topic on the Calgary
LUG list. There may be some useful info in their archives which can be
found somewhere off of www.clug.ca
On 12/1/07, Scott Syms <scottsyms at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, folks-
> I'm embarking on a MythTV install; Tivo just looks too pricey. I'll
> prob use Mythubuntu, but I'm wondering what people are using for
> I've got an old 1.2 GHz AMD machine and a plextor usb MPEG-2 hardware
> encoder that I know works with MythTV/Linux, but I'd love to use a
> passively cooled system to avoid the "fans die, computer overheats,
> catches fire and takes out my neighbourhood" scenario. I might be
> paranoid about this, but a family member has just been through a fire
> where the cause was a melted piece of electronics.
> What are people using? Any local suppliers for VIA Epia type hardware?
> tks mightily
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