Am 2016-02-09 12:01, schrieb Nicolas Huillard:
Le mardi 09 février 2016 à 11:35 +0100, Gerald Dachs a écrit :
Am 2016-02-09 10:43, schrieb Nicolas Huillard:
> Le mardi 09 février 2016 à 10:33 +0100, Gerald Dachs a écrit :
>> Am 2016-02-09 10:19, schrieb Nicolas Huillard:
>> > Hi all,
>> >
>> > My new Raspberry Pi2 install lacks a media player, which begins to be a
>> > bit annoying. The current setup :
>> > * NFS server
>> > * DigitalDevices Octopus Net DVB network server
>> > * VDR + rpihddevice + satip on the Pi2 : live TV, timers, recordings,
>> > etc.
>>
>> IMHO OpenELEC covers all your needs and is still lightweight.
>
> As I understand OpenELEC, it is a lightweight Kodi (XBMC) distro, which
> by definition gets VDR out of the way.

No, that is not true. I even helped to better integrate VDR into
OpenELEC.

I meant that Kodi becomes the main interface, with a VNSI/PVR client
add-on, while the VDR instance will remain (in my case) on the headless
server, with a limited or non-existing UI.

No, OpenELEC supports and provides a local VDR.


Will the current stable Kodi 15.2 include your work ?

yes

Any specific advice on how to have this kind of setup running ?

not really. My work just allows a channel scan from the vdr-addon settings instead of using the vnsi client interface to the VDR.

Gerald


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