"As much as we may love and support the open source Linux
community, it's nice to see commercial vendors moving into the
Linux platform space, especially when it's a consumer-facing
product. It was therefore a pleasant surprise to see that SageTV,
known for their Windows-based personal video recorder software, had
announced a Linux version at the Consumer Electronics Show. As a
former user of SageTV under Windows, and a current MythTV user on
Linux, I was interested in seeing how SageTV would compare. The
Windows-based product has always been one of the more featureful
offerings, in my opinion, and I was curious how it would survive
its port to such a different environment.
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