[mythtv-users] Re: Xbox as FE
vbtalent at gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 20:31:06 UTC 2005
I used a non-factory remote initially for controlling my x-box without
problems, relatively speaking. The remote is "very basic" and didn't have
much control but worked initially for my initial purposes.
So, I guess you can rule out the factory/aftermarket as an issue in your
On 10/19/05, Andrew Close <aclose at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/19/05, Robert Anderson <riznob at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 10/19/05, Devan Lippman <devan.lippman at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > > This is probably off topic but has anyone seen anything in their
> > about the possibility of creating a cd image that the XBox will boot
> > without modifying hardware? What I'm trying for is not having to modify
> > hard disk so that I won't lose my ability to play on xbox live.
> > > Used to do this on my dreamcast (winCE) but I'm sure the industry has
> > learned from that one.
> > I have thought about this possibility. It would be really cool if there
> > a way to store all the host specific info (like
> > IP,hostname,/etc/hosts,backend address, etc) in a gamesave or something,
> > have a bootable DVD that reads the host specific stuff from the gamesave
> > startup, or creates the gamesave and allows the user to configure
> > if it does not exist. You would still need a mod of some kind to run the
> > unsigned code.
> i've been looking at some of the xBox linux distros. i thought one of
> them mentioned that it could be run off of cd/dvd ala Knoppix... but
> i don't remember which one. if i find it i'll post it.
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