[mythtv-users] Who's got the smallest?
Jarod C. Wilson
jcw at wilsonet.com
Thu Jun 17 02:09:33 EDT 2004
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On Wednesday 16 June 2004 19:43, daryl faulds wrote:
> --- Jarod Wilson <jcw at wilsonet.com> wrote:
> > Now I'm talking to myself, but hey...
> > I *really* ought to create a kickstart file people
> > can download and use for FC
> > to build a Myth box. I could even install all the
> > ATrpms stuff in the %post
> > section...
> Talking to yourself? No. I always read what you post.
Really should have said "replying to myself" instead, I had a feeling people
would read it. ;-)
> There is something called the Linux Toys book
I'm quite familiar with the book. Its by two guys from my neck of the woods,
who it just so happens I'll be speaking in front of on Saturday (Chuck Wolber
and Chris Negus are both members of TacLUG, where I've been invited to speak
this weekend). Chuck actually chose WebVCR over MythTV for inclusion in that
very book (and has since taken over maintainership of WebVCR). Granted, this
was quite a while ago that the decision was made and Myth wasn't quite as
mature then, but I'm going to show him a thing or two this weekend. Look for
MythTV in Linux Toys 2, with a guest author, perhaps. =)
> that has
> a very tiny floppy RedHat Linux distribution that
> works pretty well. I use it as an equivalent to
> Knoppix. All it needs is an ATrpms addition and an
> EPIA board.
I'll try to do some work on a couple of kickstarts over the next few days...
Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
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