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New poster to the forum here but have been watching for quite a while. I have not ever come across this topic, and don't know if it is possible or not. We all know that Tivo runs on Linux. Obviously the x86 distros would not work. Here is the deal, I have 2 directivo's and an old series 2. My series 2 has seen better days and I have had fun with some of the more common hacks. What I want to do is spin a full version of linux on it. I am no programmer so I dont know what the arcitecture is of tivo or how to write/interpret code. I just had a weird idea and wondered if it would be possible to spin a full version of linux, (fedora, mandrake, debian, slackware, etc) on it. As far as I can tell, my series 2 box is working, I have a 80gig hd to donate to the project. If anyone can point me in the right direction, I would appreciate it.

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