i'm using the following setup:
MeleA2000 as headless vdr-server:
- debian/unstable/armhf
- vdr-1.7.32 with streamdev, vnsiserver, xvdr, dummydevice
- Opera DVB-S1 and TeVii S650 USB

MeleA100 as client:
- debian/unstable/armhf
- xbmc (a10-version) - pvr-output via vnsi-plugin

Works not that bad, though i have some issues with pixelformat atm.

Allwinners A10 is imho a great SoC, the Mele HTPCs have many ports to use. Development is growing rapidly the last months. The ultimate goal would be implementation in a native vdr output plugin, e.g. softhddevice, or implementation of a10's gpu and vpu in libva/xine ...
Unfortunately, i don't have the skills to help coding...


Am 03.12.2012 10:10, schrieb cedric.dew...@telfort.nl:
Hi All,

I now have a standard PC running arch linux and VDR. This works ok, but it
uses between 80-150W of power. Much heat and noise, and cost :-). Therefore
I was looking for a more power-eficient system.

Is it possible to run archlinux and vdr on a system like this?
Mele A1000:

I'm wondering if the following works:
-HD playback using close source mali driver
-Driver for dib07000 based USB DVB receivers
-ACPI wake-up and shutdown (does the RTC code work?)
-Does VDR and the following plugins compile and run?
vdr-addon-acpiwakeup 0.0.10-1
vdr-plugin-epgsearch-git 20120311-1
vdr-plugin-live-git 0.2.0.git-16
vdr-plugin-sc-hg 574-3
vdr-plugin-xineliboutput-git 20120911-1

Best regards,

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