If you would like to help me, launching new projects, keep developing on ARM hardware, helping to exploit the shop (more about that later) or just want to sent a appreciation of the work I already have done in the past, you can use the form below to do so.
To celebrate the first linux XBMC beta release;
For the next coming month (March/April) 33% (1/3th) of ALL donations, will be forwarded to the XBMC Foundation. If it wasn’t for them we would not have this great piece of software. So by thanking me, I will make sure I pass on the compliments to the official XBMC developers team.
Secondly, because if it wasn’t for the amazing work done by the Pivosgroup, there would not be any code to port. I would like to again forward our appreciation to them as well and what better, then to buy Pivos XIOS boxes? So again for the next coming month 33% of ALL donations will be used to buy XIOS boxes from Pivosgroup.
But here comes the good part;
The Pivos boxes bought will be given away through a lottery TO YOU. The amount of your donation will buy you (virtual) lottery tickets and you will automatically participate into this lottery. So in short a donation of 10,- will buy you 10 tickets, a donation of 20,- will buy you 20. Needless to say the latter has twice the amount of chance to win.
So show your appreciation to me, the community, the XBMC team and Pivosgroup by donating some bucks for the good cause.
You might end up with a new piece of hardware.
Great Job J1nx.. Love to try this build on my G-BOXs
Thank you guys for great job you are doing! If you need any help with the STB supply chain from Chinese manufacturers we would be happy to give you a hand.
thanks for your help regardin m3 linux image for sumvision cyclone nano slim + (m3 1gb model )
respect from krankie882 xbmchub
thank you for all your help and support without this website i would be stuck
Fab, works great.
Stopped me chucking my gbox in the bin :)
Mar 22, 2013 at 8:28 pm
(€5.00 EUR) Said:
Feb 1, 2013 at 3:39 am
the linux Builtroot for the Bluetimes M3 made the A22 tv stick alive with stable xbmc. The A22 is the same as the G-Box dyno and came with a small IR remote (with batteries that never dies)