ARTICLE - Linux Format 159 (July 2012 issue) has a two page review of MythTV 0.25.
Generally a positive review although it seems they had problems getting the latest version of Mythbuntu working. They did say the oldish hardware they were using probably didn't help. Anyway to sum up, they gave it the following
Ease of use 2/10
"It's an awesome piece of software - if you can get it installed." Overall rating 8/10.
RELEASE - Mythbuntu 12.04 ('Precise Pangolin) is available for download. Mythbuntu 12.04 has been released. With this release, we are providing mirroring on sponsored mirrors and torrents. It is very important to note that this release is only compatible with MythTV 0.25 systems. 26 April 2012
RELEASE - Mythbuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) is available for download, including recent MythTV 0.24-fixes & support for Android and iOS devices as remotes -- 13 October 2011
ARTICLE - A 8 page article is released by the german Linux User Magazin 12/2010  describing the installation and basic use of MythTV. A workshop series will follow in the next upcoming magazines --Ernst Reiter 21:20, 18 November 2010 (CET)
ARTICLE - A workshop focusing on post-install steps took place in Paris (France), on the 11th of September, 2010; it featured dvb scan, remote control, wake-up, plus a guided tour of latest advanced functions. Slides and a/v capture of the workshop are now available on-line. IRC channel #mythtv-fr may deliver additional support. Proceedings are directed at MythTV enthusiasts with skills in French. --Golffies 01:10, 5 October 2010 (UTC)
RELEASE - Freemote Control for iPhone & BlackBerry version 1.0 released 24-Jul-2010. Control MythTV using your iPhone or BlackBerry over wifi. Includes programmable buttons and mouse/keyboard control.--rrossi 17:40, 27 Jul 2010 (UTC)
RELEASE - LinHES R6.03.00 is available for download since 6-June-2010. LinHES R6.03.00 includes MythTV 0.23-fixes and many other fixes. As advised by Cecil Watson "if you are running an earlier release of LinHES to upgrade, simply: sudo pacman -Sy linhes-scripts then sudo upgrade_linhes.sh".
LinHES "is an attempt to provide an appliance that flows in its look and feel, through the same libraries as MythTV, from install to configuration to daily use, thanks to its graphical installer and Service Menu", according to Cecil Watson. It is based on Arch Linux. --Golffies 01:06, 7 September 2010 (UTC)
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