15 posts • joined 22 Nov 2007
It certainly was apalling out of the box but some TLC it is quite a nice little media player. I used to run Squeezeplay on the Joggler OS but switched to XBMC on Linux Mint quite recently.
Go to http://joggler.exotica.org.uk/ for a few, easy to install, choices.
It's not exactly an off the shelf option but I'm waiting to see how XBMC on RaspberryPi turns out...
No Rez HD then? Shame.
Share and enjoy!
The Onion already broke this news months ago...
They've discovered Rule 34.
"we believe that any such effort would be a bust"?
Take him out and shoot him.
£200 per month for 20 years?
That's a bit ambitious isn't it? Do they really expect it to be worth £200 per month in 3-5 years time never mind 20?
How long is 13" in El Reg standard linguine (lg)?
You set these standards so you really should stick to them.
That's forward thinking for a modern Britain!
"What these kids need is a solid tasering, a lick o' the cat and a touch of the birch followed by an isolation cell in borstal and a couple of years in the army. Mark my words: It's the only language they understand."
This argument makes no sense
If "It's worth noting that the image is currently visible on Amazon, where the album can be freely purchased by UK residents" then the image on the cover is surely legal (or it would have been banned from sale long ago) and therefore should not be censored at all?
(I bet the IWF have a couple of black helicopters in a hanger somewhere...)
As a sign of solidarity...
I shall utterly ignore Sonic Emotion and make no effort what to ever to find out anything at all about them.
It's not the price of the players...
...it's the price of the movies that puts me off. £25 per film? No thanks, I'm quite happy paying £5-10 thanks.
Hot chocolate contains calories?
...he isn't even throwing in free postage!
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