[mythtv-users] Out of the box

David Whyte david.whyte at gmail.com
Tue Oct 26 03:50:22 UTC 2004

Jarods guide is looking mighty inviting then :P


On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 23:04:20 -0400, Jack Trout <witmore1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Do you think that linux newbies who want to use myth should follow
> > > Jarods guide to the word?  I was told mandrake was the best flavour
> > > for newbs but Jarods guide is based on FC2.
> > >
> > > Do I just make the switch to FC2?
> Well I have started on redhat, then moved to debian for the ease of
> administration but I decided to take the plunge and follow Jarods
> instructions to the letter, downloading the FC2 DVD and installing per
> his instructions and by the end I had a 90% working MythTV station, I
> didnt have all the standard hardware and I dont code very well so
> getting LIRC working well at first, but I could watch tv and schedule
> recordings,
> from start to finish it took about 3 hours with download time and
> reboots etc it was the easiest I have had installing MythTV
> And just for reference
> Antec 1040B (primarily a backend computer)
> Soltek 75drv-4 (via chip set)
> AMD Athlon XP 2200+
> 1stick of PC2100 DDR 256MB
> Hitachi Deskstar 60GB ATA100 drive
> Pionneer A04 DVD-rw
> Onboard sound (AC97)
> GainWard GF4 Mx440 (monitor out)
> Hauppage WinTV Go FM (401) w/ IR and Black Remote
> 3com 2c599b Gigabit ethernet
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