__/ [Linønut] on Tuesday 10 January 2006 12:47 \__
> http://www.linuxjournal.com/issue/141 (Jan 2006)
> Creating a Home PBX Using Asterisk and Digium by James Turner
> There's a call for mom on extension 9 now being routed to voice mail,
> thanks to Linux, Asterisk and Digium. Linux Video Production: the State of
> Art by Dan Sawyer
> There is a surprising plethora of Linux tools available for manipulating
> images, creating and editing videos. What are they and how do they stack
> Build a Home Terabyte Backup System Using Linux by Duncan Napier
> A terabyte backup system for 80 cents per gigabyte? Hardware has gotten
> cheap enough to make it worthwhile to create a terabyte backup system for
> your home videos, music and other data.
> Creating DVDs with Kino and DVDStyler by Philip W. Raymond
> Want to turn those home movies into world-class DVDs? Here's how to edit
> them in Kino and use DVDStyler to create the final masterpiece.
> Wireless Home Music Broadcasting-Modifying the NSLU2 to Unleash Your Music!
> by John MacMichael
> Don't trip over wires in your home just to listen to your MP3s. Attach a
> Roku Labs SoundBridge to a Network Attached Storage device to broadcast the
> music to your stereo.
> Build a Linux-Based Skype Server for Your Home Phone System by Andrew
> Want to extend your Skype voice-over-IP phone service to the telephones
> your house? Here's how.
> The question I have is, if you can build an iTunes server using Linux, why
> not an iTunes client?
Pay for music? Why? It's all over HTTP and is freely distributed by most
artists. It does not require you to select anything, let alone touch any
widgets. Run the script, go to bed and the following morning your hard-drive
will be filled with music.
Lots of links (inout files) here: