[mythtv-users] Mini-ITX motherboard
MacNean C. Tyrrell
dardack at nycap.rr.com
Mon Aug 9 18:39:23 EDT 2004
Thanks but it seems to be just a diskless frontend. I don't want that.
I will check it out more and see if he has some good stuff to get it's
hardware working under linux and such. Thanks.
Michael J. Lynch wrote:
> This link may help answer some of your questions. Myth project built
> on VIA EPAI M motherboard.
> MacNean C. Tyrrell wrote:
>> Ok, i seem to be the first to undertake this project, but oh well.
>> I have a tivo which apparently i stupidly subbed for a year ago, i
>> had a series 1 version 1.3, no sub to record, but my wife wanted to
>> have the guide data, so i gave in. But we recently got rid of our
>> land line for just our cell phones. I was spending 35 dollars a
>> month just so tivo could dial out. So i knew that i could record
>> manually before, but now i can't. Basically tivo said too bad. And
>> i've been unable to find a SVR 2000 1.3 image out there. Anyways,
>> i'm looking to remove the hardware from the box, my wife likes the
>> look and size, and putting in mythtv hardware. I figure a mini-itx
>> will fit, i measured it, will be tight going left to right, the fan
>> there might just be in the way, perhaps not. So i've come across
>> some mini itx's that have TV-out, lan, sound, would just add a
>> hauppage pvr 250 using a pci riser and would prolly have to cut some
>> of my own holes, but it's in the back should be a big deal, plus they
>> already cut holes, would just have to modify theirs.
>> Anyways, i was wondering if anyone has one of these mini-itx boards
>> with integrated everything and if it works with mythtv well. The one
>> problem i see is the power supply. Anyone know what wattage i would
>> need to run one of these mini's and the pvr 250, and a small size, it
>> has to fit between the back of the tivo and the harddrives. Would
>> have to cut a bigger hole for the cable and make a few holes for the
>> fan. I mean if i don't have to buy a case, harddrives and such, i
>> just want to use the case. I dont need a cdrom except to install.
>> etc. Any help would be appreciated.
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