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MoviX

MoviX is a small Linux distro that transforms your PC in a powerful multimedia box. After booting your PC with MoviX, a user-friendly console menu will allow you to use MPlayer (www.mplayerhq.hu) to play any DVD/VCD, video/audio files (most noticeably DivX, AVI, MPEG, QuickTime, WMV, ASF, MP3, and OGG/VORBIS), TV (provided you have a TV card), and radio stations on the Internet (if you are connected to a LAN). Since the entire operating system is loaded into RAM, you do not even need a hard disk to use MoviX.

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  •  06 Apr 2004 10:38

Release Notes: A boot bug has been fixed, so it now boots again from nearly any boot device you can think of. When booting from the hard drive, you get full features with as little as 64MB of RAM. You can automatically install it on disk partitions. French and Russian translations have been improved. Pre-made international ISO images are available in the downloads page.

  •  30 Mar 2004 08:16

Release Notes: Translations have been added or upgraded for Chinese, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish. An FTP server has been added to let users easily upload files to a MoviX box. Pre-made international ISOs are available.

  •  21 Mar 2004 15:14

Release Notes: Non-Latin true-type font characters can now be displayed in the MPlayer menu. Full translations to Chinese, Spanish, and Turkish have been added, and other translations have been improved.

  •  01 Mar 2004 09:38

Release Notes: Mouse support is now working, MoviX and MPlayer menus are available in 6 languages (de, en, it, pl, pt, and ru), config files can now be saved automatically in the boot device, and many small bugs have been fixed.

  •  15 Feb 2004 11:57

Release Notes: MPlayer menu functions have been greatly improved. The menu is now available in Italian and German. Subtitle information is also displayed for CDs and playlists. Net booting through TFTP has been improved. Many small bugs have been fixed.

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