MythTV is basically set up and ready-to-ignore. MythWeb is running again (and provides a slightly better UI than mythfrontend for scheduling shows, though I miss the 2-clicks-to-schedule ease-of-use from ATI's Windows software).
I've got Samba set up so that Rosey's machine can access the audio, image and video collections. Rosey's machine has codecs and handlers so that it can read the MPEG4 .nvu files, and it displays them with much better quality (modulo the still-somewhat-off colour balance) than the .mpg files that ATI's software was producing.
MythDVD isn't yet able to run DVDs. I also haven't got the printer on Rosey's machine configured to work with software on my machine, nor have I got OpenOffice.org 1.9x installed yet. Have to do that ASAP so I can work on my presentation for PyCon this weekend.
Digikam handles downloading from the Canon camera beautifully, btw. That was just a matter of clicking "auto-detect" and off to the races.
It's beautiful out, however, so I think I'll take the excuse and go grocery shopping so there's some food in the place (apparently Rosey can't handle the cloves in the last batch of Mole, and there's not much else in the place that's edible).
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