[mythtv-users] Some questions before I breakout the Mastercard

Jarod C. Wilson jcw at wilsonet.com
Fri Mar 19 15:57:15 EST 2004

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On Friday 19 March 2004 12:18, Kevin D. Snodgrass wrote:
> Jarod C. Wilson wrote:
> >>I'm now reconsidering this.  See my message about the
> >>MediaMVP.  If that will work as a frontend, or an XBox, I'm
> >>seriously thinking about that angle...
> >
> > I saw that. There is work underway to do something with the MMVP, but its
> > a ways away from being a Myth frontend.
> Should I ask in the dev list?

I think that's where I remember reading some stuff about it. You might poke 
through the archives a bit too.

> > I have to admit, I
> > do like Active Directory -- I admin Win2k/2k3 servers at work too.
> AD is a pig.  Just an OO layer(s) over the top of the old
> LANManager Domain system.  NDS/eDirectory is a REAL
> directory and you it runs on many platforms (NetWare, WinXX,
> Solaris, Linux, AIX, HP-UX, etc...).

Haven't had a chance just yet, but I've got eval discs of Novell Nterprise 
Linux Services right now, which basically implement all that and then some 
atop SuSE Linux Enterprise Server. Whatever AD may be, and no matter how much 
of a bad taste I have from MS, in a mostly-MS environment, it does the job, 
and even those with very little knowledge *should* be able to maintain it. 
Haven't had much Novell exposure to date, but I'm working on remedying that.

> > There are a number of XBox forums out there that would likely provide a
> > definitive answer, but there are also lots of XBox users on the list.
> > Might try asking in a new thread though, since we're kinda buried down
> > here... ;-)
> Probably a good idea.

Though I'm seeing replies on the list already, so I guess a few people 
actually ARE reading this entire thread. ;-)

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Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE

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