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* 512 MB PC266 RAM
 
* 512 MB PC266 RAM
 
* 1 x 60 GB Samsung SpinPoint IDE HD (15 GB for root partition)
 
* 1 x 60 GB Samsung SpinPoint IDE HD (15 GB for root partition)
* 2 x 250 GB Western Digital Caviar IDE HD (combined as 1 partition in LVM with rest of 60 GB drive)
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* 1 x 250 GB Western Digital Caviar IDE HD [music etc. partition]
* Fedora Core 5
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* 2 x 250 GB Western Digital Caviar SATA HD (MD RAID0) [Video partition]
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* Conexant HCF PCI modem [for on-screen Caller ID]
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* Fedora Core 6, custom 2.6.20 kernel
  
 
=== Main Frontend ===
 
=== Main Frontend ===
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* AMD Athlon XP 1800+
 
* AMD Athlon XP 1800+
 
* 512 MB PC266 RAM
 
* 512 MB PC266 RAM
* 20 GB Western Digital Caviar IDE HD
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* 250 GB Western Digital Caviar IDE HD
 
* SoundBlaster Live! Value (outputting SPDIF to Yamaha 5.1 DTS/DD Surround receiver)
 
* SoundBlaster Live! Value (outputting SPDIF to Yamaha 5.1 DTS/DD Surround receiver)
 
* MSI GeForce FX5200 128MB (outputting 480i Component Out to 32" Toshiba SD Tube TV)
 
* MSI GeForce FX5200 128MB (outputting 480i Component Out to 32" Toshiba SD Tube TV)
 
* Microsoft MCE remote + receiver (actually a ''really'' good remote)
 
* Microsoft MCE remote + receiver (actually a ''really'' good remote)
* Fedora Core 5
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* Fedora Core 6
  
 
=== Second Frontend ===
 
=== Second Frontend ===
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* Jarod Wilson for his excellent guide that got me to give Linux a shot
 
* Jarod Wilson for his excellent guide that got me to give Linux a shot
 
* Axel Thimm for all his work at ATRPMS
 
* Axel Thimm for all his work at ATRPMS
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* the IVTV and LIRC teams
 
* The folks at the Fedora Project, GNU, and KDE
 
* The folks at the Fedora Project, GNU, and KDE
 
* Tribune Media for letting Myth users download via Zap2It
 
* Tribune Media for letting Myth users download via Zap2It
 
* The generous MythTV users who take the time to give back
 
* The generous MythTV users who take the time to give back
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=== About me ===
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* I've been using MythTV as my home media network since October 2005.  MythTV also gave me my first in-depth experience with Linux.  With about 95% uptime, even my wife likes (tolerates) Myth now!
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* I'm a full-time employee at [http://www.rit.edu Rochester Institute of Technology] in the [http://www.research.rit.edu Sponsored Research Services] office
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* I'm involved with my local neighborhood association, [http://www.19thward.org The 19th Ward Community Association of Rochester, NY]
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* I've dabbled in graphic design, website, and web application development for 11 years, and am growing a small IT consulting business specializing in Open Source solutions for non-profits and small businesses: [http://commonkind.com commonkind.com]
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[[Category:User_Systems]]

Latest revision as of 09:11, 15 April 2007

Master Backend

  • ASUS A7N8X-Deluxe Mainboard
  • AMD Duron Applebred 1.8 GHz
  • 2 X Hauppauge WinTV-PVR-150 MCE (Fed by 2 Dish Network SD receivers with 2 serial IR blasters wired in parallel)
  • 512 MB PC266 RAM
  • 1 x 60 GB Samsung SpinPoint IDE HD (15 GB for root partition)
  • 1 x 250 GB Western Digital Caviar IDE HD [music etc. partition]
  • 2 x 250 GB Western Digital Caviar SATA HD (MD RAID0) [Video partition]
  • Conexant HCF PCI modem [for on-screen Caller ID]
  • Fedora Core 6, custom 2.6.20 kernel

Main Frontend

  • Gigabyte GA-7DX+ Mainboard
  • AMD Athlon XP 1800+
  • 512 MB PC266 RAM
  • 250 GB Western Digital Caviar IDE HD
  • SoundBlaster Live! Value (outputting SPDIF to Yamaha 5.1 DTS/DD Surround receiver)
  • MSI GeForce FX5200 128MB (outputting 480i Component Out to 32" Toshiba SD Tube TV)
  • Microsoft MCE remote + receiver (actually a really good remote)
  • Fedora Core 6

Second Frontend

  • Xbox, running Xebian 1.14

Major props to

  • Isaac and all the MythTV developers
  • Jarod Wilson for his excellent guide that got me to give Linux a shot
  • Axel Thimm for all his work at ATRPMS
  • the IVTV and LIRC teams
  • The folks at the Fedora Project, GNU, and KDE
  • Tribune Media for letting Myth users download via Zap2It
  • The generous MythTV users who take the time to give back

About me