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From andrew.chatham@duke.edu Tue, 31 Aug 1999 08:17:23 -0400
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 08:17:23 -0400
From: Andrew andrew.chatham@duke.edu
Subject: [LinuxDVD] decoder card

I just checked the linuxtv.org webpage the other day and noticed the quote:

	There is somebody who is going to manufacture the boards. If everything
	works out fine, you'll have it by Christmas.

Any reason no one's been talking about this? This is very good news, right? I
suppose there's a reason there aren't more details, but I can't wait till we
hear more.

From pvolcko@concentric.net Tue, 31 Aug 1999 08:59:58 -0400 (EDT)
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 08:59:58 -0400 (EDT)
From: pvolcko@concentric.net pvolcko@concentric.net
Subject: [LinuxDVD] decoder card

I've been waiting for Andreas to make some kind of public announcment.

I'm wondering if these cards will be available in the US or if they will
only be sold (at least initially) in Europe? Any kind of region
restrictions?

On Tue, 31 Aug 1999, Andrew wrote:

> I just checked the linuxtv.org webpage the other day and noticed the quote:
> 
> There is somebody who is going to manufacture the boards. If everything
> works out fine, you'll have it by Christmas.
> 
> Any reason no one's been talking about this? This is very good news, right? I
> suppose there's a reason there aren't more details, but I can't wait till we
> hear more.
> 
> _______________________________________________
> LinuxDVD maillist - LinuxDVD@linuxdvd.corepower.com
> http://linuxdvd.corepower.com/mailman/listinfo/linuxdvd
> 

From andreas@andreas.org 31 Aug 1999 21:10:59 +0000
Date: 31 Aug 1999 21:10:59 +0000
From: Andreas Bogk andreas@andreas.org
Subject: [LinuxDVD] decoder card

<pvolcko@concentric.net> writes:

> I'm wondering if these cards will be available in the US or if they will
> only be sold (at least initially) in Europe? Any kind of region
> restrictions?

They will be available in the US, and the region management is left to
the DVD drive.

Andreas

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