Web site: www.geexbox.org
Desktop environment: XBMC
Architecture: x86, x86_64, arm
Based on: Independent
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 3.1 | November 1, 2013
Zobacz po polsku: GeeXboX
GeeXboX – a free and open-source media-center purposed Linux distribution for embedded devices and desktop computers. The project is a non-commercial organization, founded in 2002 and developed by volunteer individuals from all around the world on their spare time.
GeeXboX 2.0 and later uses XBMC as its front-end for media playback.
It can be booted from a live CD, a USB key, an SD/MMC card or can be installed on a hard drive.
GeeXboX provides 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…).
The GeeXboX distribution is available for machines, such as:
– x86/x86_64 computers (i386 and amd64)
– PowerPC computers (32 and 64 bits)
– ARM SoC: mostly OMAP ARMv7 SoC from Texas Instruments and Tegra2 from nVidia.
The project’s core developers are Aurelien Jacobs and Benjamin Zores.
GeeXboX 3.1 i386 161MB.iso
GeeXboX 3.1 x86_64 164MB.iso
GeeXboX 3.1 RaspberyPi 131MB.tar.bz2