[mythtv-users] Myth Control from Nokia 770 Internet Tablet
melunko at gmail.com
Wed Mar 7 05:26:19 UTC 2007
I am involved at gmyth library development. So far we can handle EPG,
scheduling, browse/download/stream/play recorded files and play livetv. Our
current problem is that livetv for small devices works only for analog
cards, since mythtv server does not have live transcode support, so DVB
cards with a MPEG-2 video (big resolution) should not work on 770 or N800.
We recently requested a patch to mythtv server to allow the remote device to
request the transcode of recorded programs (in the case some records are
MPEG-2 encoded), but livetv transcoding is still a big issue not solved yet.
The libmysqlclient dependency is almost removed from gmyth, we are moving to
retrieve the data via http/xml. But while this dependency is still there, it
is possible to download the libmysql binaries from gmyth sourceforge
download page (http://sf.net/projects/gmyth). <http://sf.net/projects/gmyth>
I am glad to see that some mythtv users also have a 770 or N800 device. If
someone here is interested to contribute to this "mobile mythtv frontend",
please, be our guest....
On 2/27/07, John Pullan <john.pullan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 21/02/07, Chris Petersen < lists at forevermore.net> wrote:
> > Rich Osman wrote:
> > > Has anyone done this? It seems like a natural for Myth control, if a
> > > bit on the pricey side.
> > >
> > > Obligatory Disclaimer: I work for Nokia, but in a different division
> > > than the folks who make the 770.
> > Chris Pinkham will be at http://bossaconference.org/ . From what I
> > understand, this sponsored by Nokia and focuses on the n800.
> > From my interactions with a couple of the people in the Nokia group down
> > there, the http://gmyth.sf.net/ project could actually end up being a
> > complete frontend on the device, although I expect that it will also end
> > up turning into a glorified remote (preview video on a remote would be
> > awesome!).
> > Anyway, thought the info might be helpful.
> > -Chris
> It does seem to require the mysql-client libs, but how do I get them on my
> system ? (sorry for being so dense, but I'm a bit new to this)
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