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- Superorb - 2011-05-16 07:23
Parhelion Wrote:I have a small form-factor Ubuntu home server with the following:Thanks. Man, those Eee Boxes are super spendy! They sure look nice, though.
- Parhelion - 2011-05-16 08:44
Superorb Wrote:Thanks. Man, those Eee Boxes are super spendy! They sure look nice, though.
Yes, they aren't cheap, but they come with built-in IR ports and a really nice wireless keyboard and mouse.
Plus I like the form factor.
- NotShorty - 2011-05-16 18:14
Parhelion Wrote:Also since I used XBMC to replace the DVD player and digital set top box, I haven't decided what to do with the vacant spaces in the entertainment unit.
Put your dvd cases inside your tv stand and put your xbmc box and 360 in the vacant spaces. Done.
- Parhelion - 2011-05-20 04:49
NotShorty Wrote:Put your dvd cases inside your tv stand and put your xbmc box and <b>360</b> in the vacant spaces. Done.
I could do that with the XBMC box, although I do like the jaunty angle while using the base.
But I have experimented with the 360 in the space and find that it runs too hot if it does not have completely unrestricted airflow.
- myjonboy - 2011-05-27 18:09
Parhelion Wrote:I have a small form-factor Ubuntu home server with the following:
Nice setup. Great looking skin on those Eee Boxes; mind sharing which skin that is?
- Ballistic - 2011-05-27 22:38
Purchased B&W CM9's yesterday Can't wait to get a proper amp and center speaker
Showing them off here:
More pics/info on request
- Parhelion - 2011-05-30 05:17
myjonboy Wrote:Nice setup. Great looking skin on those Eee Boxes; mind sharing which skin that is?
Hey, sorry for the late reply.
That is the Transparency Skin. I've edited the xml file for the main menu to add some custom categories. There is a guide for it here: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=89678
- TheCableGuy_69 - 2011-06-19 15:25
Well first post here and this is my setup. Been using XBMC for last two years and love it and even more importantly the wife loves it too. Got tired of having to look at all the cables and equipment under the TV so moved everything under the stairs and just have an infrared relay to control everything with a Logitech Harmony One.
Panasonic TXP42V10 Plasma
Denon AVR1911 Receiver
Boston Acoustics Soundware XS
Acer Revo R3610 running XBMC Live
Logitech Harmony One
Hitachi 42" Plasma
Acer Revo R3610
AMD Athlon X4 610e
5 x1.5Tb Samsung Spinpoint F2 EcoGreen
Supermicro AOC-USAS-L8I SAS Card
Intel PRO1000 Dual Port NIC
Zalman Enslosure with 8 HotSwap Bays
Server runs ESXi with 3VMs - Freenas for storage, Ubuntu for SabNZB, Sickbeard, CouchPotato, Caliber and soon to be TV server if I can get USB Passthrough to work without any hiccups for Tevii S660, also have Smoothwall VM.
All cabling in house is CAT6e run up to the attic where the home server lives.
- Superorb - 2011-06-19 17:04
I hate living in an apartment. I can't run anything through the attic, and I have to be very sneaky about holes in walls. I'll likely have to use wireless for the next place in a few weeks
my system - xiero - 2011-06-20 00:22
My speaker system
Canton GLE 490.2
Canton GLE 420.2
Canton GLE 455.2
Canton sub 8
Apple ipad 16gig i use xbmc commander
kingpin ces270 117"
Xbox slim 4gig + kinect
Popcorn hour A200
thats my system for now... have some new plans in the future