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GeeXboX 1.1 released

by Brad Linder, posted Jul 3rd 2007 9:00AM
GeeXboXThe folks behind the Linux LiveCD-based media center GeexBox have released version 1.1. It's been more than a year since hte last official release, but the devs have been pretty busy during that time.

GeeXboX is pretty much one of the easiest Linux distributions you'll ever find. It's built entirely to be used as a media center. So all you have to do is download the CD ISO and burn it to disc. Then reboot your computer with the CD in its drive. You'll be greeted with a complete media center capable of playing back audio, video and photos.

Version 1.1 supports playback of decrypted HD-DVD files. There's also support for more multimedia codecs, including propietary formats like Flash and Windows Media Video.

GeeXboX 1.2 and 2.0 are both in the works. Upcoming features will include 32 and 64 bit editions and support for native HDTV resolutions.

[via eHomeUpgrade]

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