Projects / KnoppMyth


KnoppMyth is an attempt to make the installation of GNU/Linux and MythTV as trivial as possible. It includes everything needed to get your set-top box up and running in as little time as possible.


Recent releases

  •  08 Jul 2008 10:47

    Release Notes: The kernel was updated for greater hardware support.'s Tweaker was included to allow customized tweaks based on hardware type and hardware class. The latest nVidia modules were provided along with FFmpeg and MPlayer from SVN with patches to support the playback of unencrypted high definition disc content. Apple TV and Intel Macs in general are now supported, and support was provided for more remotes out the box. There were also various bugfixes, updates, and improvements.

    •  22 May 2007 20:22

      Release Notes: Various bugfixes and enhancement from R5E50. The latest MythTV and MythPlugins (which contain several fixes). libxine and democracyplayer have been updated.

      •  25 Dec 2006 21:20

        Release Notes: Rebuilt from scratch with the latest Debian Sid. Auto-install/upgrade to SATA. Democracyplayer has been added. There are MythTV 0.20 fixes. XINE and MPlayer have been updated. There are performance improvements all around.

        •  18 Mar 2006 21:53

          Release Notes: The Knoppix hardware detection scripts, XMLTV, and DVB-apps were updated. The kernel was updated to 2.6.15-chw-2. ivtv was updated to 0.4.3. LIRC was updated to 0.8.0pre4-150. MythTV 0.19-fixes, MythPlugins 0.19-fixes, and MythThemes 0.19-fixes were updated. Real-time scheduling of the display thread was enabled. A script to configure IRBlaster, the latest nuvexport, mythburn-ui, and were added. Firmware needed for ivtv, ProjectX,, and were updated.

          •  10 Jan 2006 18:46

            Release Notes: This release has a new KnoppMyth.sql. libavc1394, XMLTV,, and have been upgraded.


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