Tag: raspberry pi

Raspberry Pi – Ordered!

So, I was up nice and early on Wednesday to order my Pi, like thousands of others. It didn’t start off too smoothly though, with a 6am start. Surprisingly so many people were up early to order their Pi, that they had managed to take out both the RS Components website, and all of the Farnell Group websites with the sheer amount of… Read more →

XBMC, Raspberry Pi and TuxTV

So after reading with great interest this post and watching this video, on the Raspberry Pi website I was really excited about using it as a frontend for my TuxTV project. However it turns out, after a number of questions on the Raspberry Pi Forums, and a final blog post stating which codecs will be available to use, it seems this will not be possible at… Read more →

TuxTV

TuxTV – Concept

Flicking through the channels this afternoon has got me thinking (oh dear!). Currently, I have Freeview in my room, with a 500GB recorder, and SkyHD downstairs with a 500GB box. All of the other rooms just have standard Freeview, with no recording facilities. The thing that annoys me is that if someone else is using the Sky downstairs, I can’t… Read more →

Anyone for Pi?

Over the last few weeks I’ve watched with great interest the progress that’s being made on the Raspberry Pi project. For those who don’t know about the Pi, it’s basically a super small computer (the size of a credit card) that is designed to get kids into programming. It’s going to be on general sale for around £20, which is what… Read more →