[mythtv-users] Is Upgrading to SVN Worth The Trouble?
ivan.kowalenko at gmail.com
Sun Jun 4 21:49:59 UTC 2006
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On Jun 4, 2006, at 16.30, James Buckley wrote:
> Personally I'd highly recommend it. Some of the things I noticed
> 1. I use DVB-T, channel changing channel times and initial start
> times have
> been cut in half, much quicker, almost like SKY
USA. We don't get fancy-pants toys like DVB-T. At the moment, all my
inputs are analog. All one of them.
> 2. You can use Mytharchive, but spose not on an X-Box
Theoretically, I could on my back-end, but given that it's a measly
Celeron 600, I don't think so.
> 3. Interactive TV, couldn't access that before, now I can, again
> just like
Again, no fancy toys like that in the USA.
> 4. General mini-features that you spot
So, the most I'd get out of it would be these "mini-features"? I'm
just wondering, are any of them worth building from scratch? The XBox
has practically no GPU support (not in Linux, at least), so OpenGL
features would be mostly lost on me (unfortunately).
> I'm about to put Gentoo on my X-Box, I'm going to compile Myth from
> should take a while...
Maybe you should throw your instructions up on the Wiki. Stuff like
"how to build MythTV for an XBox" would be useful stuff! Just select
your distro, and follow the instructions.
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