I need some advice from you guys. I currently own a Pogoplug V2 pink running ARCH LEENUCKS ARM!1ONE/NSLU2. This is because I like the Pogoplug service and wanted to keep it. There are quite many apps installed on it, Samba, duplicity, nzbget, transmission, etc. The next thing I want to build is a tv recorder using VDR. The idea was to buy a second Pogoplug Pink, install Debian on it and use it with a Hauppauge Nova USB DVB-T stick. Bought a Pogoplug on eBay, got it today and figured out it was a newer Pogo V04(similar to Pogoplug Pro). So now I have four options:
1. Install NSLU2 on the new V04 and let the Pogoplug service run on that device. Use the first V02 Pogoplug, install Debian on it and re install all the other services on it.
2. Install Arch Linux ARM/ArchLinux on the new V04 and try to get the Haupauge stick working on the pro. It should work on devices with a kernel >2.6.19 I just wonder whether the DVB drivers have been compiled into the kernel.
This looks quite complicated and I am no expert.http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/H ... VA-T-Stick
3. Try to get the Hauppauge DVB-T stick working on the Pogoplug V02 running ARCH LEENUCKS ARM!1ONE and compile VDR from source.
4. Sell the Pogoplug V04 and get a V02 instead
What do you think?