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XBMC on 360
#1
is it possible yet to have xbmc on an xbox360?
#2
Guess what the search function is for ..
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#3
bbr81 Wrote:is it possible yet to have xbmc on an xbox360?

Yes that's possible.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biCZJNFV8nI

http://www.cygnos360.com/
#4
Bigfoot87 Wrote:Yes that's possible.

Well, it work it seems, but there are huge work to get there, DVD changes, loadtimes etc... the RSS feed reader in XBMC does not seem to be "well"..
still, good start! Hope they'll come up with same solution as xbox1's Xbmc someday... Cool
#5
Works, yes.. usable, no..

It's a start though, but why not buy a small silent ION box instead and run as a dedicated HTPC.
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#6
blittan Wrote:It's a start though, but why not buy a small silent ION box instead and run as a dedicated HTPC.
http://fit-pc2.com/wiki/index.php?title=...ifications

looks perfect, only problem is the gfx accelerator driver-issues with xbmc.. Sad
#7
blittan Wrote:Works, yes.. usable, no..

It's a start though, but why not buy a small silent ION box instead and run as a dedicated HTPC.

Will that play XBox games too?
#8
Of course.
#9
Realjobe - Can you explain about the gfx driver issues? Is there a way around the problem or is the fit-PC2 useless for XBMC (on any platform)?
#10
Hotkey Wrote:Will that play XBox games too?

Sure, I get that point.
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#11
Why do we insist on letting these discussions crop up every week?



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