[mythtv-users] New and need help with how to do this setup stuff

C.T. Paterson i.adore.my.64 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 23:28:28 UTC 2008

If you do decide to go with mythbuntu (its what I use, and what I
would suggest as well); I can also recommend the Mythbuntu Forum of
ubuntuforums.org: http://ubuntuforums.org/forumdisplay.php?f=301

2008/6/25 Brad Fuller <bradallenfuller at gmail.com>:
> On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 4:04 PM, C E <list.spiritssight at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I am new to this list and I am thinking about migrating over to linx,
>> I don't have much knowlege in this stuff and I was wondering what is
>> the best option for me to move over to linx from windows xp, I have a
>> adaptic dual tv tuner (USB)  I want to do this with as little down
>> time and pain :-)
>> Any one that could help me and feed back would be greate  I have a Dell E1505
> if you've never installed linux, you might look into ubuntu first. You
> can run the LIveCD just to check it out. You can even install it on
> your windows machine with windows to check it out (dont have to
> reformat your drive, etc.)
> After checking it out, you could install it (after you backup your
> disk, or at least your important data like your thunderbird
> directories). I would suggest installing linux first before you
> install MythTV so you can get some experience with linux.
> Another way to go is run Mythbuntu that is ubuntu tailored for mythtv.
> There are plenty of guides on the web.
> For instance:
> www.mythtv.org
> www.ubuntu.com
> http://www.mythbuntu.com/
> --
> Brad Fuller
> www.bradfuller.com
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