PVR: Three MythTV Distros Reviewed

Looking for some software that performs like a TiVo? Linux.com has the scoop.

September 5th, 2007 at 5:00am — Comments: (0) — By: Jonathan Danylko — Tags: HowTo

For those who've been following my posts on how to build a TiVo clone (part II), you'll be happy to hear that more Linux-based PVR software is becoming readily available every six months-one year.

Linux.com posts a review of three MythTV Linux distros. For those who don't know what MythTV is, it's a popular open-source PVR recording software for building your own DVR, or TiVo.

I'm currently using Ubuntu with MythTV and I'm quite content, but as time ticks by, I may install the MythBuntu version eventually.

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