Maraschino Is a Simple Web Interface to Manage Your XBMC Home Theater. How to Automatically Download TV Shows as Soon as They've Aired (or Turn Your PC into a TiVo) Kinja is in read-only mode.
We are working to restore service. Is there anyway you can explain further on what to do, this has gotten me intrigued. Flagged. How I Built the Media Center of My Dreams for Under $500. Kinja is in read-only mode.
We are working to restore service. No TV tuner card...? I realize that it adds expense, but it seems worth it considering that a lot of cable companies charge you monthly to rent their box. With my current company, I could go from $15/month for an HD box, to $2/month for a CableCARD - the $13/month I save means that this thing will eventually pay for itself, or at least for some of the premium streaming subscriptions I buy for it.
Plus, I can use my 360's Media Center Extender features to use it to watch digital channels and recorded TV downstairs, without having to pay for a second cable box - saving me another $15 every month. How to Turn Your Android into a Killer Portable Media and Gaming Center. I second this.
Free and open-source beats paying any day. :) SNESoid has been free since it hit the SlideMe market. Supports controllers just find (I use both Wii and an Xbox 360 controller with it). Is There Anything Awesome I Can Do with All These Unused Ports on My TV? Create a Kickass, Seamless, Play-Everything Media Center: The Complete Guide. It seems like every other week or so I see another article about XBMC and how it's the greatest thing ever, and I'm finally saying something.
I just don't understand the appeal, but I *REALLY* want to. I'm very legit when it comes to my movies, so I don't torrent anything. What purpose is there for me to use it then if I don't have movies on my computer? Turn an Old Computer into a Networked Backup, Streaming, or Torrenting Machine with FreeNAS. How to Turn Your FreeNAS Box Into an Internet PVR with SABnzbd and Sick Beard. Kinja is in read-only mode.
We are working to restore service. To everyone having trouble in step one, installing Python and the other packages: I've found the new location for the old 7.3 packages.