[sf-lug] Newbie grateful for suggestions installs MythBuntu
tom at greenleaftech.net
Mon Oct 29 14:39:10 PDT 2007
On Mon, 2007-10-29 at 14:30 -0700, Tomer wrote:
> As the LinuxWorld article said in one of the recent issues:
> --Just buy a friggin Tivo
> You will always end up putting more work into these things than they are
Depends on how you define things. Working out how to get things setup
and learning a lot along the way are sometimes considered part of the
enjoyment of having a system like this that you have complete control
over. Of course, you can always buy a Tivo if you don't want the hassle
of configuring it yourself or aren't interested in learning how things
work, but if you want to configure it yourself and end up with more
control as the end result, why not?
> Even if you get this work now, something will break down the line, or
> wont be compatible. Let the pros do it....
> Good Luck
> From: "Sam Geffner" <sgeffner at gmail.com>
> Subject: [sf-lug] Newbie grateful for suggestions installs MythBuntu,
> has further adventures
> To: einfeldt at gmail.com, tom at greenleaftech.net
> Cc: sf-lug at linuxmafia.com
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> Thanks very much for your previous help. Having installed MythBuntu, over
> Gutsy, I now have a media center which I can sort of browse through, though
> I have not yet figured out how to find network sharing for an extensive
> library of already stored [music, video, pictures] shared media on a remote
> Windows computer. However, when I try to watch TV, I get only snow on all
> channels so far. When I try to change channels, the box spontaneously
> reboots about 30% of the time.
> Hardware: Compaq desktop [P3 > 1GHz] 567Mb Ram, 300 Gb HD partition,
> Hauppage tuner PVR-500, ATI All-in-Wonder 9800 pro.
> Status: Stumbling with curiosity and interest, confusion level 5,
> frustration level 4.
> Sam Geffner
> sgeffner at gmail.com
> 415-793-3562 cel
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