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Myth 0.20 is released

MythTVGood day Linux fans! As of yesterday, the new version (0.20) of MythTV is ready for your downloading and PVR pleasure. This release is new, (obviously) and features some new stuff: better DVD playback, DVB radio channel support, mouse support, and MythArchive (a new plug-in), which allows your recordings to be burned to DVD. For a while now MythTV has been a great and cheap way to get yourself a nice and moderately full-featured PVR. If you don't want to pay tons of money to get a manufactured PVR, MythTV (for Linux) makes a nice PVR box. I still haven't set up a PVR using MythTV, but I keep meaning to. I have a PC I have my eye on for this purpose, an older one, so maybe I will get with it and install MythTV someday soon. Any suggestions as to what Linux distro is best for MythTV? How about for general desktop consumption? Any that you recommend?

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Tags: 0.20, DVD, DVR, Linux, MythTV, opensource, PVR, record



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