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'''A note on versioning''', for both readers and writers: information in all sections of this wiki (including the User Manual pages) should by policy, and usually will, always reflect the system's '''current production release'''. MythTV 0.21 was released on 8th March 2008. When possible, differences regarding the immediately previous release should be noted in parentheses, or with numbered section headers if the changes are large enough. We want to stay as current as possible, but we don't want to leave large numbers of users behind.  It is possible that some material may have become outdated, and will be of the last version for which it was pertinent.  Check the page history and last modified date for a page if you're unsure.  If you find something that's out of date, please feel free to [[Wiki Quick Start|fix it]], or [http://www.mythtv.org/mailman/listinfo/mythtv-users/ report it to the Users mailing list].
 
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Revision as of 03:06, 15 March 2008

MythTV Current Release:
0.21 on 8-Mar-2008
Development Status:
Check out SVN for development of 0.22.
As usual, if you upgrade, we'll welcome your write up here. Even if nothing unusual happens.
Unless otherwise noted, the wiki documentation refers to the latest released version. Check the Manual of Style for more information.


Welcome to the information and documentation wiki for MythTV!

We're here to provide collaborative documentation of the MythTV project, an open source software Personal Video Recorder. It lets you build a box similar to a TiVo or ReplayTV, but much more powerful - and more easily modified.


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Categories

User Manual
MythTV User Manual
HOWTO
HOWTO documents describing common scenarios
Frequently Asked Questions
A collection of the questions and answers
Glossary
Definitions of terms used in this project

Knowledge Base
Browse the MythTV Knowledge Base by category
Hardware
Hardware related documentation
Plugins
Documentation on individual Myth plugins
Themes
Gallery of available Themes
Feature Wishlist
Suggestions for future features
Developer Documentation
Help with contributing to MythTV development




News

In addition to the site and industry news below, you can check out the Subversion development timeline, or the Subversion developer's wiki for deeper details on the current state of the project.

Put your news here!