[Techtalk] Linux media center?
hennar at gmail.com
Wed Dec 4 11:19:38 UTC 2013
I have a two RPi in the house and one Fritzbox ADSL modem/router/wifi/SMB
server. One of the RPi is a dedicated media player (XBMC) where the files
are on the Fritzbox, it'll also stream (uPnP) to mobile devices I have
lying around the house (LAN only). The other does my webserver, irc, DNS
and occasional thinkering.
I want at least one more device but I need to find a stovetop that can be
controlled from an external device to attache to it first :(
On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 8:53 AM, Eeva Järvinen <eevaj at welho.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 02, 2013 at 10:00:11PM -0800, Carla Schroder wrote:
> > Attention! I seek opinions! I have a slick little media box all ready
> > to go to work as my media center. It will attach to my bigass TV and
> > nice multi-channel receiver via HDMI. I don't need streaming to my
> > million closest Internet friends or herd of smartphones and tablets.
> > Just a nice static setup for storing movies and music on the media
> > box, and playing them on the teevee and hifi.
> > So what's good? XMBC, Boxee, Mythbuntu, Element...??? I'm old and tired
> > and don't want to test all of them :)
> I'm interested in this, too. I have to replace my aging home server
> soon, and while my most pressing needs can be met with almost anything
> from a RPi onwards (light web serving, ssh, irc), I'd like to tinker
> with a media server. I'd be running spotify on it, too, and some
> flash(boo! hiss!)-based web streaming, but those shouldn't prove to be
> a problem on any relatively modern distro.
> Uxor Mariae.
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