[mythtv] RE: Documentation
wendy at seltzer.com
Tue Feb 22 23:41:21 UTC 2005
At 3:22 PM -0800 2/22/05, Nav Jagpal wrote:
>I've been researching various operating systems.
>I think for beginners, a Live-CD installation like Ubuntu or Knoppix
>might be easiest. Since they are both Debian based, we can use the
>Debian packages to install MythTV.
>I'm leaning towards Knoppix because it has the 2.4 kernel which is
>supported by MythTV... Not sure if 2.6 works (out of box) yet.
If you want to build on the work EFF has done, we just released a
"Cookbook" describing step-by-step setup of MythTV for U.S. HDTV,
with KnoppMyth and the pcHDTV HD-3000 card.
We're encouraging people to build HDTV PVRs before the broadcast flag
outlaws manufacture of the tuners, and found that KnoppMyth offered
an easy and full-featured way to get there.
We'd be happy to see this document expanded to cover more of the
surrounding features of MythTV.
Wendy Seltzer -- wendy at seltzer.com || wendy at eff.org
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School
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