[mythtv-users] Korean Air uses Linux PVR on flights

Bearcat M. Sandor HomeTheater at feline-soul.com
Tue Sep 18 01:59:10 UTC 2007

Yeah! How about "MythTV get you higher!"? Nahh.

Anyway, cool idea. Do you know what the application was?

Bearcat M. Sandor
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On Monday 17 September 2007 in an email titled "[mythtv-users] Korean Air uses 
Linux PVR on flights" ryan patterson wrote:
>Yesterday I flew on a Korean Air flight to Seoul.  The in flight interactive
>TV setup was the nicest I've seen yet.  Each seat has an 8 inch touch screen
>and you can pick from 30+ movies and lots of TV shows and music etc.  But it
>isn't 100% stable.  One of the computers rebooted during the flight.  There
>was a nice picture of the Linux penguin Tux while the computer booted into
>the X server and loaded the application again.
>I wonder if there is any potential to market MythTV for use on airlines.  It
>might be nice for the developers to get some fanatical support.

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