[mythtv-users] OT: building an HD Frontend for $250 or less

Mudit Wahal mwahal at gmail.com
Mon Jun 6 22:07:36 UTC 2005


Eagerly waiting for your results !! 

There is a linux webserver (apache/servlet stuff). I dont know if
anyone has figured out yet. It may be simple enough. Here is the URL

On 6/6/05, john sturgeon <john.sturgeon at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/6/05, Mudit Wahal <mwahal at gmail.com> wrote:
> > just goto their website http://www.rokulabs.com and then check their
> > support forums for HD1000
> >
> > but after reading avs forums and other places, roku is 1 yr behind in
> > the technology. These new AVeL LP2 and Buffalo LT and upcoming network
> > dvd HD ready players are far ahead.
> >
> > So unless you only want myth, then go for roku. If you are open for
> > tinkering and stuff, then check out LP2 etc. I knew about Roku but
> > only came to find out about LP2 recently.
> > I'm planning to get some sort of bridge on the linux machine between
> > the mythweb and the LP2 linux server. So, I can click on the HD
> > recordings and watch them.
> >
> > check out avsforums thread on LP2
> > http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=459759
> >
> > also the iodata forum has some info about the linux server (wizd) and
> > about mpeg2-ts. The only major problem that stopped me from buying LP2
> > was inability to FF/REW on the TS streams. But their June 3rd firmware
> > release fixed that.
> >
> > Just waiting for the right moment to click the checkout button on
> > their website now.
> >
> One more note.  I-O Data has released their own official AvelLink
> Linux Server.  Some time back I e-mailed their support and asked about
> a Linux server and they said that one was under development.
> --
> John <><

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