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This refers to one of two things;  
 
This refers to one of two things;  
- a colloquial term to refer to your computer that runs MythTV (usually a combined front-end/back-end). This stems from the common (among geeks, at least) practice of calling a computer a "box". Example: "I just added more ram to my Mythbox."
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A colloquial term to refer to your computer that runs MythTV (usually a combined front-end/back-end). This stems from the common (among geeks, at least) practice of calling a computer a "box". Example: "I just added more ram to my Mythbox."
  
- A piece of software which is an alternative to myth-frontend. MythBox provides a user interface to MythTV as an extension to the popular XBMC (http://xbmc.org/) media software (http://code.google.com/p/mythbox/)
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A piece of software which is an alternative to myth-frontend. MythBox provides a user interface to MythTV as an extension to the popular XBMC (http://xbmc.org/) media software (http://code.google.com/p/mythbox/)
  
 
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Revision as of 12:50, 23 May 2009

This refers to one of two things; A colloquial term to refer to your computer that runs MythTV (usually a combined front-end/back-end). This stems from the common (among geeks, at least) practice of calling a computer a "box". Example: "I just added more ram to my Mythbox."

A piece of software which is an alternative to myth-frontend. MythBox provides a user interface to MythTV as an extension to the popular XBMC (http://xbmc.org/) media software (http://code.google.com/p/mythbox/)