Originally Posted by Gary Quiring
You mentioned Linux a lot in your comments and I just to clarify that XBMC also run on Windows and OSX. The Windows version is much easier to deal with than any Linux distro and no AMD issues. What's also cool is XBMC can be installed on a $99 Apple TV.
I have been using Second Run TV for some content and Macro Tube for You Tube and TwIT. I know both XBMC and Boxee are both Linux based but have been compiled to run on a Windows OS.
Linux is so small (well Mint 11 isn't, fully loaded its a DVD iso) that the advantage of Linux for single use hardware is better than using Windows IMHO.
If XBMC had TV Tuner support (full support), then would be a viable option for me at least.
XBMC can be installed on Rasberry Pi... ARM processor based, I hope to order one for another project at the end of the month.