View Full Version : Anybody living in South Korea that is familiar with Ubuntu/MythTV ?

November 25th, 2006, 08:42 AM
This winter I will be going to South Korea and visiting my parents who live there. I live in the U.S. and am not all that familiar with Korean technology. What I would like to do while I am visiting my parents in Korea, is to build a MythTV box and record some of the over the air (if they offer that) HD shows that they broadcast. Then I would like to ftp or ssh into the mythtv box and download it onto my computer when I am home (back in the states). The thing I am not familiar with is what kind of tv tuner card I would need (I already own a DVICO FUSION HDTV ATSC card that I could use) and I am not sure what kind of program guide is available in korea (like zap2it?). Any tips on HDTV cards and what I could use for a program would be appreciated. I love the Korean tv shows and movies, so would love to set something up like this.

November 25th, 2006, 11:30 AM
South Korea adopted ATSC so you should be ok.