Archive for 'Linux'

Mythbuntu + Nvidia, HDMI and HD video + audio

After fighting with Cent7 for quite a while and having several issues, I decided to try Mythbuntu. It has a much newer version of Myth packaged with it, and has appeared to be simpler in nearly every way. However, although the process is supposed to be simpler, there were still many tricks that needed completed […]

CentOS 7 + Nvidia, HDMI and HD video + audio

I just went through the process of installing Cent7, and although the process is supposed to be simpler, there were still many tricks that needed completed for it to work properly. So as I went through the process, I updated my documentation from 4 years ago to reflect what needs done today. The card I […]

Installing Chrome & Flash with audio in Centos 6

Installing Flash in Linux has never been very easy.  However, Chrome for linux has now bundled Flash player with it, which does seem to simplify the process.  However, audio was still a trick to get working correctly, so I thought I would share the steps I followed to get everything up and running successfully. Install […]

Linux, Nvidia, HDMI and HD video + audio

One of the great things about newer video cards is that they will handle both video and audio in one device, and pass both through the HDMI cable.  This is a huge advantage for media center type boxes running MythTV, XBMC, Boxee, etc, as you can connect your media center directly to your receiver or […]