this is why xlink kai, xbslink and xbconnect exist
It wouldn't make sense as most top games still only run on windows.
An anonymous reader writes "I have at least 10 assorted hard drives ranging from 100 GB to 3 TB, including external drives, IDE desktop drives, laptop drives, etc. What's the best way to setup a home NAS to utilize all this 'excess' space? And could it be set up with redundancy built-in so a single drive failure would cause no data loss? I don't need anything fancy. Visibility to networked Windows PCs is great; ability to streak to Roku / iPad / Toshiba etc would be great but not necessary. What's the best way to accomplish this goal?"
for the love of god, have you been living under a rock? xbmc not only has pvr specific builds, but you can just add mythtv source to any xbmc build, i have live tv thru xbmc on my win 7 laptop, ubuntu htpc, and apple tv 1 running xbmc on crystalbuntu http://wiki.xbmc.org/?title=MythTV#Setup_in_XBMC
will ALWAYS outperform any other player. people can continue to ignore it, but xbmc running on any device is better than anything else out there imo.
this is lazy and disrespectful, you people need to start figuring out how to learn and think for yourselves
for cancelling TechTV
Katt Williams, he knows about fake people
It's funny, if we we're to actually pay attention, this truly did come out 5 years ago http://napavalleyregister.com/business/article_fa7c2f70-b88d-53dd-9da6-d4b53d222860.html
im surprised how few people have heard of frostwire, its been around for a while