[mythtv-users] Low Power MythTV Server on Via EPIA M6000 - 37 watts
Peter A. Daly
petedaly at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 15:52:36 UTC 2007
On 4/27/07, come se fosse antani <antani at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 4/14/07, Peter A. Daly <petedaly at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've put together a Myth server on an EPIA ME6000 and wrote and article
> > about it.
> > Previously I had used this platform as a MiniMyth Frontend, and I know a
> > bunch of people on this list have similar hardware and have been
> > my projects.
> > http://www.mythpvr.com/mythtv/hardware/low-power-mythtv-server.html
> > Basically it'll save about $40/year in power. It's certainly not for
> > everybody, but it's something some people on this list may be interested
> my personal solution is to have a 100$ used laptop for grabbing
> listings and torrent (24/7) and as NFS server. my monster HTPC (asus
> digimatrix with P4) is always off except for recording and for playing
> media. the htpc create a file before shutdown on the nfs share on the
> laptop, where writes the wakeup time ; the laptop has a cron job that
> check that file and schedule the wakeup via WOL and the daemon "at".
I'm curious, does anyone know how many watts a HDHomeRun pulls?
How about external SD tuners that work with MythTV?
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