[mythtv-users] Diskless frontends?
tim at litwiller.net
Tue Jun 8 23:22:29 EDT 2004
If you want an easy to setup ltsp server based on fedora core 1, get
k12ltsp - then start configuring from there to make a diskless myth client.
Jarod Wilson wrote:
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>On Tuesday 08 June 2004 09:44, Joseph A. Caputo wrote:
>>On Tuesday 08 June 2004 11:59, Jarod Wilson wrote:
>>>For Myth to
>>>properly function (i.e., if you want sound), you have to run
>>Ever check this out?
>>I've always wanted to delve into this, but haven't had the time. Aside
>>from an interesting & efficient method of proxying X protocol, they
>>also support network-transparent sound of some sort. Their white
>>paper(s) are interesting reads.
>Its been a while, but I did look at that some time back. I'd forgotten about
>it. Forwarding sound does seem to be about the only thing missing for running
>remote X Myth sessions, which could also theoretically work with Cygwin's X
>client and Mac OS X's X11...
>Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
>jcw at wilsonet.com
>Got a question? Read this first...
>MythTV, Fedora Core & ATrpms documentation:
>MythTV Searchable Mailing List Archive
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