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Using Ubuntu to Record TV Shows September 11, 2005

Posted by Carthik in guides, ubuntu.
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Who need XP with Media Center and all that jazz, when you have good old Open Source?

Christopher has written up a guide to installing MythTV, and recording TV shows. You may not have the same cards as he does, but the guide should help give you an overview of the process. If you don’t use the same card as he does, you can always find a guide or instructions to installing and configuring your own card somewhere, or you can ask other ubuntu users at the irc channel, mailing list, or forums.

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1. Ubuntu Blog » Video of someone watching TV using Ubuntu - September 24, 2005

[…] For all the other insomniacs out there, and normal Australians, here is a video of someone watching tv on their Ubuntu box. You might learn something from watching it, if you haven’t learnt anything from my earlier post on the subject. […]

2. Ubuntu Blog » Instructions to Install MythTV - December 16, 2005

[…] Long time readers (pun intended) might recall me posting a link to a myth-tv howto. Well, there’s one more of the same kind. […]

3. VZLNO’s BLOG » Blog Archive » How to record TV Shows on your Ubuntu (or XBOX too) box - MythTV - January 23, 2006

[…] I found this link on how to install MythTV. There is another link in the Ubuntu Blog. I am done upto the PHP, Apache and MySQL section. I still have to buy the PVR card and a better video card for my Kubuntu system, in short I do not know if these instructions work as-is. Once I do I will post additional updated instructions if they are needed. For anybody else that has the hardware, does not want to buy TiVo, here are the instructions to do it yourself at home with an inexpensive operating system as (K)Ubuntu. […]

4. seks izle - September 29, 2010

Long time readers (pun intended) might recall me posting a link to a myth-tv howto. Well, there’s one more of the same kind.


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