Resources for “A Linux DVR Is No Myth—It's MythTV!”

Resources for the print article.

MythTV Site: www.mythtv.org

MythTV Gentoo Wiki: gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Setup_MythTV

Hauppauge: www.hauppauge.com

Using the Hauppauge MediaMVP: mvpmc.sourceforge.net/mvpmc-HOWTO-singlehtml.html

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No free Windows DVR's? (and other stuff)

Chris Petersen's picture

Didn't you even bother to check our favorite open source encyclopedia? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVR#Windows

Also, why were none of the core MythTV developers notified about this article? Though it was a pleasant surprise to have my boss drop a copy of the magazine on my desk today, it would have been nice to know in advance, or have been contacted for fact checking (like the fact that you *can* fine-tune channel frequency info both in mythtv-setup and via mythweb).

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