Binary packages are available for a variety of platforms if you would like to forgo compiling MythTV from source and just get down to business recording TV.
There are also various MythTV specific distributions if you plan to build a dedicated appliance(s).
|Mythbuntu||Mythbuntu is a MythTV- and Ubuntu-based distribution focused upon setting up a standalone MythTV based PVR system. It can be used to prepare a standalone system or for integration with an existing MythTV network.||Mythbuntu Home Page Mythbuntu Forums||Download|
|Mythdora is a Fedora and MythTV "All-In-One" DVD. The install will load a pre-configured Fedora 10 installation on your computer as well as install and configure MythTV. There are many extras included with MythDora.||Mythdora Home Page Mythdora Forums||Download|
|LinHES (Formerly known as KnoppMyth) includes MythTV and all its official plugins. In addition, LinHES includes Apache, NFS, Samba, and various other daemons. Everything one needs to easily setup a power home entertainment system is included.||LinHES Home Page LinHES Forums||Download|
Fedora / Red Hat / CentOS
Jarod's Fedora Guide is available for anyone interested in step by step instructions.
MythTV is available through apt. See www.debian-multimedia.org for more information.
MythTV is available through apt. See the Ubuntu Community Documentation for more information.
MythTV packages for openSUSE are available on: packman
A complete set of MythTV rpms for Mandriva is available through the Penguin Liberation Front
Available in the Extra Repository. See the wiki article: MythTV HowTo Arch Wiki
Mac OS X
Various versions of MythTV for Mac OS X are available, including both frontend and backend and up to version 0.21-fixes and trunk. Packages are available at TheSniderPad.com.