GeeXboX, a free and Media Center purposed Linux distribution for embedded devices and desktop computers, is now at version 3.1. GeeXboX can be used to watch and record live TV and can boot as a LiveCD, from a USB key, an SD/MMC card, or install on its regular HDD.
Plasma Media Center 1.2 was released as a Christmas gift. Now, we bring to you Plasma Media Center 1.3! As always, we have made sure to make it easier to enjoy your favorite videos, music and photos - both from your collection as well as online sources.
The first point release of the XBMC Media Center 12 application for Linux, Mac OS X, Windows and Android platforms has been announced last evening, March 18, 2013. With version 12.1, XBMC Media Center no longer hogs audio on the Linux platform, and on resume, audio will continue to work.
Fluendo has announced the release of its Media Center, a software application developed by the Spanish company. Fluendo Media Center’s versatility was evident from the off when it was used for reproducing a whole manner of multimedia in a variety of devices using completely different platforms. Whether on Windows, Linux or Open Solaris; on netbooks, [...]
The video above describes how to install kodi 14 in Linux Mint 17. Kodi formerly known as XBMC is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment. It available for Linux Distribution, Mac OSX, Windows, iOS, and Android.
Using Linux and old computers to do cool stuff. Vol. 3In my last tutorial I went over how to use an old computer as a Linux media center for home entertainment. Now I am gonna explain how to use an old computer to store and serve your multimedia files to any network enabled device on your home network including that media center you just got setup.
One of the most popular and useful projects with Raspberry Pi board is turning RPi into a media center box. This article will discuss how to set up a media center on Raspberry Pi using two of the most popular media center images: Raspbmc and OpenELEC. Both images use XBMC as built-in media player software.
I've been trying to migrate small parts from my media/download center from windows to linux, before making the jump on my media center. Right now i have a Raspberry pi set up, with raspbian, where i will try out different things before moving.
Right now i've got my media center downloading certain files, that needs to be copied from one directory to another.