Posts Tagged ‘htpc’
We fi nd out the very best software to power your open-source home theatre PC, whether you want to playback media or record and watch live TV
Although the latest XBMC 13 release is an alpha version, it has a couple of important features that will make its way into the next version, such as 3D support
The OpenELEC 3.2 development series continues, this time with some serious Raspberry Pi updates from XBMC Gotham
The delayed Plasma Media Centre beta is finally out, upgrading the somewhat lacklustre original outing
The complete media centre, a torrent box, a file server, retro games console, VoIP server and many more projects made easy in the latest issue of Linux User & Developer
Sabayon is Gentoo-out-of-the-box, but does the “for human beings” approach not work for the Linux distro built on being infinitely customisable?
The Plasma Media Center, built on KDE, offers a “rich experience” in its first release as a competitor to many other open source HTPC offerings
Although it’s been out for nearly two months now, XBMC 12 has received an all important update that fixes issue with Linux and Raspberry Pi
XBMC gets an upgrade that adds some of the most important features to date, namely better Raspberry Pi support, and PVR functionality
A lightweight distro running XBMC that is designed for temporary or permanent use – how does it fare?
Build your very own media centre out of a Raspberry Pi to save on space and money using XBMC
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