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Core is the term given to the main server with in the house. It is from this Core that allows whole house plug-and-play and lets you plug all sorts of devices anywhere into your home network--telephones, surveillance cameras, interface modules, audio players, etc.--and LinuxMCE will detect them and set them up automatically. It's like plug-and-play in Windows, but it extends throughout the whole house.
 
Core is the term given to the main server with in the house. It is from this Core that allows whole house plug-and-play and lets you plug all sorts of devices anywhere into your home network--telephones, surveillance cameras, interface modules, audio players, etc.--and LinuxMCE will detect them and set them up automatically. It's like plug-and-play in Windows, but it extends throughout the whole house.
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Revision as of 19:25, 24 August 2007

Core is the term given to the main server with in the house. It is from this Core that allows whole house plug-and-play and lets you plug all sorts of devices anywhere into your home network--telephones, surveillance cameras, interface modules, audio players, etc.--and LinuxMCE will detect them and set them up automatically. It's like plug-and-play in Windows, but it extends throughout the whole house.