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Home Server Show Podcast 60 Now Out


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Dave over at the Home Server Show Podcast has just released episode 60 – my home time flies!


Dave says:

In show 60 I am joined by Jim, John, and AJ.  There is no shortage of news and discussion points for this episode so hang on because we might run long!  I’ll also go over some twitter posts and my weekend adventures with TivoCenter and my EX495.

Add-In: AutoExit2009

Add-In: AssetUPNP

3.0 Patch 1 for HP MSS EX490/495

HP announces upcoming release of 3.0 software for EX47x and EX48x owners.

AirVideo, video streamer for the iPhone, and iPod Touch

Jim’s Oracle conference, OpenWorld

A little off topic but fun nonetheless.

History Channel is showing WWII in HD

Dish Network HD Receivers

Add-In of the Week – AutoExit2009

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Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


  1. Hi Andrew,

    I wasn't sure how to mail you directly so I thought I'd post here. You are about the only chap that seems to give simple answers to knotty questions. OK, here goes:

    I have a Tranquil PC RS5 WHS and at present I have an Xtreamer media streamer. My problem is that whilst the Xstreamer works ok, the UI is a bit clunky and certainly not as slick as say, Windows Media Center under Vista, something that my non-IT-savvy wife might be able to use.

    What I am looking for is a 811/n, HDMI output slick UI media streamer that will hook up to my RS5. I thought I had found the very thing with the Linksys DMA2200 with its UI that mimics WMC. Unfortunately, it turns out it will only talk to Vista, despite WHS having WMC support in PP2.

    Can you suggest anything that would fit the bill, pleeeeease… I'm exhausted and confused:-)

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