Posts Tagged ‘Media Player’

I’m on the road right now (heading out to San Francisco for an Open Data Center Alliance event before IDF), which means that I can’t play with all the great new stuff happening with OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi. The team have a blog post covering the changes, which include PVR support and the Raspberry […]

I’ve continued tinkering with my OpenELEC media player, and there’s too much stuff to do as just updates or comments to the original post. Build I started out with a canned build[1], but discussion on the OpenELEC thread on the Raspberry Pi Forums suggested that I was missing out on some features and fixes. I […]

My old Kiss Dp-600 media player has been getting progressively less reliable, so for a little while I’ve been telling the kids that I’d replace it with a Raspberry Pi. Of course getting hold of one has proven far from simple. Some time ago the prospect of using XBMC on the Raspi was confirmed, leading […]

After switching to using my tablet PC as my main machine I was missing the local storage and optical drive from my desktop. The solution was to get another HP Microserver to be a sort of sidecar when I want the extra drives. As the HP cashback deal is still on this is a surprisingly […]