TiVo and broadband routers don't have a whole lot in common, except for the OS that powers them: Linux. Between its versatility, power and
always-improving driver support, it's now possible to put together a Linux-based home server in a small-footprint case that can store and display your
digital photos, rip and then serve up audio, play MPEG videos (and DVDs), and even act as a TV/TiVo.
April 10, 2003