If you are a TV addict like me, I am sure that you have been looking for the best way to maximize your Linux box and add another feature, personal video recording. I have been meaning to do this but I just could not find the time to read through the manuals, tutorials and what have you available on the internet. I do know that I need MythTV, of course. , as described by its author, is "a homebrew PVR project that I've been working on in my spare time. It's been under heavy development for almost four years, and is now quite useable and featureful."
So why read if you can watch a video of how to install and configure MythTV, right? Besides, aren't we supposed to be watching instead of reading? Heheh. MythPVR has a three-part video of how you can install MythTV on Fedora Core.
What are you waiting for? I'm off to the local on-line computer shops to see if they have the proper TV tuners… hope that I can find one that is affordable, but more importantly, compatible.