Re: TiVo server anyone?
- Actually, the biggest question I have is one of just how much stuff
can run on this thing at one time. Of the 32M of ram, about 24M is
used on my running nslu2 - and 8M isn't a lot for running all the
other applications I'd like to get going on this (at least courier-
imap, fetchmail, maildrop, and squid). I wonder how
difficult/feasible it would be to change the 32M chip for a larger
memory - asy 256M?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Brian" <toyseeker@m...> wrote:
> --- On Mon 08/09, lredlefsen < lorenz-yahoo@r... > wrote:
> > I've always thought it would be cool
> > to have the NSLU2 serve up MP3s and photos to my TiVo, rather
> > having to run TiVo's desktop software on my PC.
> Check out http://sourceforge.net/projects/byrequest.
> I have modified this for my own needs, but the stock version works
just fine. It is a 'C' program, compiles to a nice small executable,
and will do all that the PC program does, as a Linux daemon.
> I haven't tried cross compiling (yet) but the NSLU2 could become a
great Tivo server.
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