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Old 3rd Dec 2009, 13:50   #1
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Building an Ion-powered Linux Media PC

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...nux-media-pc/1

We revisit the Linux version of HTPC app Boxee with the help of Zotac's latest Ion-F motherboard and Nvidia's GPU video acceleration to see if this is the future low power, truly silent HTPC solution.

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If you want to control your HTPC with your iPhone/iPod touch, try the HippoRemote

http://hipporemote.com/

Allows control of several applications using your iPod Touch as a mouse, and also as a keyboard. Can even be set up to turn the HTPC on (wake on LAN) the only downside to it that I have found so far is if you are using Linux then you dont get the Auto App switching like you do with the Windows/Mac version, which is a shame.

Am looking forward to Sunday tho to see what Boxee are up to with their Beta! Apparently there have been some large changes to the software, so should be interesting.
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Did you not put it in a case? I have just put together something using the Antec ISK 300-65 for a project at uni. Its a pretty good case and comes with a 65W psu but has a few design issues. For example with the Asus Ion/330 motherboard we were using the blanking plates for one of the fan holes got caught on a capacitor meaning we had to cut it off :doh: Also to screw the optical drive you have to fit a screwdrive through this tiny hole with no finger access to hold the screw. With the tools we had available, the only thing that could screw the screw was my Leatherman (non magnetic) so we had to drop the screw through and hope for the best!

We haven't got round to installing the OS but it seems pretty quiet sitting at the BIOS and the PSU is passive, though obviously limited to 65W!
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Thanks for the nod, Richard!

For anyone curious to try a little more, errr, complete HTPC experience on Linux, I highly recommend that you go grab the XBMC Live! CD (www.xbmc.org) and install it. It has everything you need fairly "out of the box" and is a great way to try out a linux HTPC without a lot of installing hassle (comes with everything, including drivers in the install).

I'm personally not too much a fan of Boxee (though there are parts of it I like quite a bit), and XBMC does your proper DVD support and the like while giving you an interface to drool over.

Oh, and for anyone with a Windows MCE remote, soundgraph IMON or other common PC remote that's hoping to get away from a mouse or ipod on their HTPC, it's already pre-configured for both Boxee AND XBMC. All you have to do is plug it in, install lirc ("sudo apt-get install lirc") and select "windows MCE Remote/Transmitter (all versions)" from its setup menu. 30 seconds and done! Again, this is already included on the XBMC Live installer, should you give it a go.

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Exactly as cupboard said, this is a WTF Media PC. Seriously, GeForce 9600 ? Why ? 350W PSU ? Why ?

Antec ISK 300-65, Asus AT3N7A-I motherboard, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 250GB WD Scorpio HDD, slim DVD drive 2x Noctua 8cm fans and we are done ! It uses 27W in idle, so what is the point of 350W PSU ? GeForce 9300 is more than enough to play Full HD videos through VDPAU acceleration.
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Why put a 9600 with an ion? Sorta takes away the whole point of an ion ie. atom + 9400. Why not just use a normal atom board then if your gonna put a 9600 on?
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Word of warning to anyone using the Nvidia-provided .run files - if your kernel is updated, even with a minor release (as often happens throughout the course of an Ubuntu release for security fixes and such) then GDM will fail to start, and you'll need to re-run the Nvidia installer.

Thankfully the pre-packaged version available from the Ubuntu repositories (whilst older - 185.xx) can be installed via the Restricted Drivers Manager (or Synaptic if you want) and uses DKMS to automatically build the required module with each kernel update. Anything 185.xx and beyond should support VDPAU, as far as I'm aware!

Edit: Nice article though. I need to check out Boxee again as it's been a while since I've used it (and I now have an Nvidia G100 which supports VP3 )
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Exactly as cupboard said, this is a WTF Media PC. Seriously, GeForce 9600 ? Why ? 350W PSU ? Why ?

Antec ISK 300-65, Asus AT3N7A-I motherboard, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 250GB WD Scorpio HDD, slim DVD drive 2x Noctua 8cm fans and we are done ! It uses 27W in idle, so what is the point of 350W PSU ? GeForce 9300 is more than enough to play Full HD videos through VDPAU acceleration.
From this, I can assume you didn't read any of the article, only looked at the pictures. Honestly, I really don't write words just as black squiggles to fluff around the pictures.

I did use the Ion. The whole article describes setup on the Ion: the title of the article kind of gives that away

We explained in the text we threw it together: I was giving a nod to Zotac and be quiet as I wanted to investigate the latest Boxee release and how Linux compares to the usual Win 7 we were using on other Ion platforms recently.

If you wanted to use a discrete graphics card for gaming (dual boot with Windows 7 for example) - the Be Quiet and Zotac board can handle something like the passive and silent 9600 GT. The picture is there to show the size difference as well. I also explain that for the cost of the Zotac board there are alternatives to use: like AMD 785G + full fat CPU. There is no definitive answer to what a HTPC should be, this is just one example, one investigation.

Yes, there was no case, it was a proof of concept investigation not a final solution you should all go out and buy. There is no score. It's not a review. I completely agree that the whole system should run on a 60W PSU, but, again, if you read the article I explain on the last page the Zotac board can handle multiple hard drives and/or RAID as well as other expansive possibilities where the SFX PSU will benefit you.

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We later updated to 9.10 Karmic Koala via Synaptics, and despite having to reinstall the Nvidia display drivers again, Boxee still worked fine. Once you've installed Boxee, remember to visit the Boxee site and sign up for an account so you can use all its features.
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Anything 185.xx and beyond should support VDPAU, as far as I'm aware!
Yes, that's true, but more update drivers always = better.


For reader benefit, if you are unable to read the title of the article, I added a line of clarity in the first page indicating we used the ION chipset and not the graphics card.

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Am looking forward to Sunday tho to see what Boxee are up to with their Beta! Apparently there have been some large changes to the software, so should be interesting.
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If you wanted to use a discrete graphics card for gaming (dual boot with Windows 7 for example) - the Be Quiet and Zotac board can handle something like the passive and silent 9600 GT. The picture is there to show the size difference as well. I also explain that for the cost of the Zotac board there are alternatives to use: like AMD 785G + full fat CPU. There is no definitive answer to what a HTPC should be, this is just one example, one investigation.

Answers my question too. Missed the fact you only tested with the 9400. Thought you left the 9600 in >.>

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Thanks for the review, gives me more options to think about for when i finish my Ion system build

And +1 for me, i initially thaught you had left the 9600 in as well
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Thanks for the review, gives me more options to think about for when i finish my Ion system build

And +1 for me, i initially thaught you had left the 9600 in as well
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Answers my question too. Missed the fact you only tested with the 9400. Thought you left the 9600 in >.>

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Alright alright, What I meant was that apparently Boxee will be significantly different with new functions ect, taken from the blog:

"The Boxee Beta will look, feel and behave differently from the Alpha. It takes into account many of the requests and feedback we received from users in the past year.

The Beta will feature:

new user interface
improved navigation
search TV Shows and Movies
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shortcuts
more… "

http://blog.boxee.tv/
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For anyone curious to try a little more, errr, complete HTPC experience on Linux, I highly recommend that you go grab the XBMC Live! CD (www.xbmc.org) and install it. It has everything you need fairly "out of the box" and is a great way to try out a linux HTPC without a lot of installing hassle (comes with everything, including drivers in the install).
It would be nice to see how the Zotac ion behaves with it. How about an "Ion-powered Linux Media PC - Part2" article?

I'm curious about on thing though: is it possible to configure it as a media server (i.e. as an alternative to something like this, but accessing the media contents over the network only)?
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Thanks rich, this looks quite inexpensive and good for a HTPC, I have a question though, I know you're a fan of soft subbed anime in MKV format so can you tell me if you had any problems with subtitles and such displaying? I've never used or heard of boxee before so I wanted to know
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Thanks rich, this looks quite inexpensive and good for a HTPC, I have a question though, I know you're a fan of soft subbed anime in MKV format so can you tell me if you had any problems with subtitles and such displaying? I've never used or heard of boxee before so I wanted to know
Yea it works

Icy - The board has already gone back today, and we're a bit Ion'd out right now. I might come back next year

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You mean just as a server? Like this: http://www.bit-tech.net/bits/2007/06...r_own_server/1 ?
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You mean just as a server? Like this: http://www.bit-tech.net/bits/2007/06...r_own_server/1 ?
No, I already have a server , what I meant was to use XBMC (for example) as a simple interface to access the media files on the server (no files stored on the HTPC). There are some gadgets that already do that, but they are either too expensive or very limited as far as file formats are concerned (I think Pinnacle was one of the first to release something like this with the Pinnacle Showcenter).
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No, I already have a server , what I meant was to use XBMC (for example) as a simple interface to access the media files on the server (no files stored on the HTPC). There are some gadgets that already do that, but they are either too expensive or very limited as far as file formats are concerned (I think Pinnacle was one of the first to release something like this with the Pinnacle Showcenter).
In a word: yes.

Just map a network drive on the client to a samba share on your server (containing your films/vids etc), point XBMC at the 'new' drive and ... voila!

Couldn't be simpler
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see an HTPC means all of that and Blu-Ray to me and well is there an option for that in the linux scene legal or not?
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