[vdr] VDR on OpenWRT / embedded system

Theunis Potgieter theunis.potgieter at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 05:38:53 CET 2008


It would be great if you could get it working, Nicolas Huillard,
mentioned also the popcornhour device, which in turn also has a MIPS
architecture according to:
http://www.lundman.net/wiki/index.php/NMT:fuse

Perhaps as time permits, one could setup a wiki page with some
detailed information. I'm interested in setting up such a device my
self.

--
Theunis

On 27/02/2008, Artem Makhutov <artem at makhutov.org> wrote:
>  Hi,
>
>  has anybody thought of running VDR on OpenWRT?
>
>  The Asus WL-500g Premium is an wlan access point with two USB 2.0 Ports.
>  It has a 266 MHz Broadcom BCM94704 MIPS CPU and is running linux.
>
>  http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs/Hardware/Asus/WL500GP
>
>  It is possible to connect a harddrive and some USB DVB-S cards via USB
>  to the access point.
>
>  So VDR has to be compiled for the MIPS architecture.
>
>  The benefit of an access point is that it makes absolutly no noice,
>   is quite inexpensive and takes less electricity.
>
>  It would be great if the access point could record videos on its harddisk
>  and share them over network via samba or stream it...
>
>  Is this possible? Any ideas?
>
>  Thanks, Artem
>
>  --
>  Artem Makhutov
>  Unterort Str. 36
>  D-65760 Eschborn



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