I concur, I also run Shibby's Tomato-USB edition on an Asus RT-N66U. Do several speed tests to establish a baseline upload/download speed, enable QoS and set the download speed to 80-85% of you average download speed.
...as is every other point in the Universe.
Sounds like you want a WD TV Live. It can mount NFS & SMB, and act as an SMB server as well, sharing any attached HD. It has played every downloaded video file I've thrown at it.
Just don't go to Brazil for the World Cup in June.
Ditto to Linux Mint LTS. Don't forget to install the ssh-server and x11vnc for remote management.
I replaced WinXP on my Dad's computer with LM and forgot to install the ssh server since it isn't installed by default; I was accustomed to RH distros and assumed ssh-server was installed by default.
Jump Desktop is very good and SSH tunneling is built-in.
What a dirtbag. All the more reason to buy a Ford.
Install Linux Mint 13 LTS. For remote administration, install SSH server & x11vnc, and forward SSH port to the LM13 machine. Done! I did this for my Dad and have had no complaints; he has Firefox, Chromium, LibreOffice and his DropBox contents. I log in on occasion and perform an "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade" to update his box.
"...-or like the smartphone precursor to Colossus, the supercomputer from Colossus: The Forbin Project movie that's so intelligent, it decides that the world would be better off if it ruled over humanity."
Atari 800 -> Atari 1040 ST ->DESQview (DOS) -> OS/2 -> Win2K -> WinXP -> Linux (CentOS & Linux Mint)
I've been doing this for a long while now using Locale on my Android phone.
My T61 literally died the week after my warranty expired. I should see if there is a class-action lawsuit concerning this widespread issue.
His name sake virus scanner murders my PCs performance daily.
Hey HTC, make all of your Android phones AOSP "Nexus" phones and profit!