[mythtv-users] Remote Frontend Hardware
joevph at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 18 04:22:55 UTC 2006
--- Brian Wood <beww at beww.org> wrote:
> On Apr 17, 2006, at 9:15 PM, Joe Votour wrote:
> > --- Brian Wood <beww at beww.org> wrote:
> >> On Apr 17, 2006, at 8:39 PM, Matt a mythtv user
> >> wrote:
> >>> I'm looking at building a small, preferably
> >> memory based, system
> >>> so I can watch TV on a remote TV in a different
> >> room. I would like to
> >>> see if anyone has had any good luck with some
> >> hardware. I know some
> >>> peaple have installed mythfrontend on some out
> >> the box systems.
> >>> any help would be nice
> >> If you are talking about SD only you should look
> >> into the MediaMVP.
> >> The upgrade to 0.19 broke the live TV capability,
> >> but I think that
> >> will get resolved in the not-too-distant future.
> >> You can find them on sale for $40 or less, they
> >> no hard drive
> >> and have an IR remote included.
> >> It does a great job of playing recordings, as
> >> as they are
> >> MPEG-2, and who want to watch live TV anyway.
> >> Sure hard to beat for the $$$.
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> > Just out of curiosity, how do you figure that
> > is broken in 0.19? It works perfectly fine for me
> > (using SVN), using both my SD cards (PVR-250 and
> > and my HDTV card (FusionHDTV 5 Lite). My machine
> > both a frontend and backend, but I also had
> > with seperate frontend and backend.
> I was speaking of watching Live TV on a MediaMVP,
> the frontend
> firmware load has not been updated for the changes
> in the latest Myth
> Live TV works just fine for me on my FE/BE machine.
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Ah, my bad. I took it out of context.
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