[mythtv-users] Oh happy day! Thank you TiVo!

Scott Alfter mythtv at salfter.dyndns.org
Wed Mar 8 18:13:41 UTC 2006

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Peter Loron wrote:
> Scott Alfter wrote:
>>I suppose if I needed to schedule something Right Now, I could ssh in from my
>>phone (it's a Treo 650) and use links or lynx.  Blazer chokes on the pages
>>MythWeb generates, and EudoraWeb doesn't even know how to log in.
> Try either of these browsers as a replacement for Blazer:
> http://www.mobirus.com/eng/products/Xiino/
> http://www.opera.com/products/mobile/operamini/phones/
> I don't have MythWeb setup, so I've not tried either with it.

I gave Opera Mini a shot, and so far, it doesn't appear to choke on the pages
MythWeb spits out.  The grid layout is gone, so browsing the schedule is a bit
more difficult...but that's true for other phone browsers as well (when they
work).  Search worked, and I think I could do remote scheduling with it.  I
think we might have a winner here. :-)

(As an aside, EudoraWeb had trouble logging in because it doesn't support
digest authentication.  It logged in once I switched to basic authentication,
but its weak form handling (can't enter anything in a text field!) probably
makes it a fair bit less than useful with MythWeb.)

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