[mythtv-users] Netgear EVA9150 and MythTV
jasonfward at gmail.com
Thu Jun 24 00:14:13 UTC 2010
On 24 June 2010 00:51, Brian Wood <beww at beww.org> wrote:
> On Wednesday, June 23, 2010 05:32:00 pm Jason Ward wrote:
> > Digging deeper
> > 02-netgear-eva9150-digital-entertainer-elite-reviewed the EVA9150 does
> > apear to be powered by Sigma device, the SMP8634
> > apparently http://www.sigmadesigns.com/products.php?id=59. From my
> > limited understanding (almost none) it says all the right words.
> As I suspected, almost a Myka, which is:
> Myka is driven by the Sigma Designs SMP 8635. This is a SOC. It provides
> CPU and digital signal processing
> capabilities. All of the signal outputs provided by Myka come directly
> from the SMP 8635. All the other compents; hard
> drive, networking, memory are standard components.
> I can telnet into my Myka, maybe I should re-start my investigation of
> using it as a frontend for Myth.
:) telnet would be a good addition to the netgear, and in many ways a fixed
uPnP implementation would leave me kinda happy.
> > *sigh* oh well, I guess my introduction to Linux via hacked routers
> > (which have almost no cpu power and barely any ram at all) has left me
> > in the hope/view that anything that runs Linux can be made to run a
> > hacked/better version.
> I've managed to get a Slug (linksys NSLU2) to do a LOT of things I would
> have thought impossible, so never say never.
> Well like I say, I have 2 EVA9150's and they are increasingly unused and
unloved so I would be more than happy to assist in anyway I could if someone
wants to take it on.
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