Subject: Re: NetBSD/TiVo ?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jan Schaumann <email@example.com>
Date: 01/16/2004 15:31:16
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Matt Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Jan 16, 2004, at 8:24 AM, Jan Schaumann wrote:
> >How about NetBSD/TiVo? I just saw that the Series 2 models are
> >available for $150 (after rebate from the TiVo website). I believe=20
> >be a ppc variant -- http://www.tivo.com/linux/ might be helpful.
> I've thought about it. (Series 1 uses IBM PPC4xx, Series 2 uses a MIPS
> processor). But I get around to why? I use the Tivo for its software
> and what about that? Run it emulation mode after writing all the kernel
> drivers and making sure Linux Compat works. What about the use of XFS
> that the Tivo box uses?
True, true. What I had in mind was using it as a silent non-ugly
living-room capable server or some such, maybe for use as a
audio-appliance. At ~$150, that would not be a bad toy.
I really don't know what capabilities these models have (do they even
Wenn ich tot bin, mir soll mal Einer mit Auferstehung oder so
kommen, ich hau ihm eine rein! (Anonym)
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