Geexbox - Embedded Linux Media Center Distribution

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GeeXboX is a free and Open Source Media-Center purposed Linux distribution for embedded devices and desktop computers. It provides you a ready-to-be-used, plug-and-play Media Center application that can play any kind of multimedia content (Audio, Videos, Photos …) from any location (CD, DVD, Bluray, HDD, USB, Samba, NFS, UPnP, SHOUTcast …). It has been designed to be fully controllable through either keyboard, mouse or a remote controller.



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