i think jaga and kinghowdy0 missunderstod your initial post (as i did) as reading that, one got the impression you had a linux pc/computer for streaming, and only after reading your second post is it clear that you actually running xbox-linux on your xbox and have a linux partition on it.
i very much doubt that any xbmc devs are interested in taking on the challangle of adding linux-filesystem support to xbmc.
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2004-08-26 03:30 Post: #12
yeah... sorry - i wasn't very clear.
my problem is that i don't have a pc (i have a laptop, but it's sometimes left at the office, etc)... so i'm using the xbox to store all my mp3's - otherwise, i'd just stream the stuff off the pc.
i figured it wouldn't be that big a task, since the linux fs is well documented, and the driver code is open source... i guess it really depends on whether the xbmc developers virtualised the devices properly, or are just relying on the underlying xdk for file read/writes.