MythTV pointing devices, LinuxMCE -- was Re: Filesystem Features and Benefits?

Steve smorrey at gmail.com
Thu Oct 4 17:23:37 MDT 2007


I tried LinuxMCE and found it to be overkill for my purposes.
Instead I created a simple NAS server, and have a mini-web server that
functions as a gateway to my media.  Then again, I get my TV from BT
via RSS feeds and don't bother with an antenna, cable or satellite.

On 10/4/07, Brandon Beattie <brandon+plug at beatties.us> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 04, 2007 at 11:11:51AM -0600, Michael Torrie wrote:
> > Corey Edwards wrote:
> >
> > >Speaking of MythTV, if you don't mind my switching topics a bit, does
> > >anyone have any good recommendations for a remote control and/or
> > >wireless keyboard and mouse? Something that doesn't interfere with wifi
> > >and works from a reasonable distance (10 feet) would be key.
> >
> > The remote they used in the LinuxMCE demo vidoe on google video was
> > pretty cool.  Seemed far and away the best remote device every made for
> > AV stuff.
> >
> > By the way, for the beginner(?), LinuxMCE looks like *the* uber setup
> > for MythTV.  Integrates with MythTV and Asterix PBX, and can control and
> > switch all kinds of AV devices.  The demo video of it, albeit a bit
> > cheesy, is amazing.
>
> The video is amazing but in my experince your mileage varries, a lot.
> Give them another year and it may be like the video.  (Linux MCE is a
> combination of forks from pluto, mr house and other open source media
> collection projects.)
>
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