Your guide to a smarter home!
Browsing media files (medium resolution UI1)
Telephone dial pad (low resolution UI1)
More screenshots and videos
LinuxMCE is the only all-in-one open source solution that seamlessly combines:
- Media & entertainment with a server for music and video, plus a PVR (like TiVo or Sky+)
- Home automation to control everything from lights to heating with a touch-screen tablet or your mobile phone
- Phone system with video conferencing
- Security system that feeds live video to your mobile device during a security breach
LinuxMCE builds on the superior networking capabilities of Linux to create a home automation/multimedia/communication network. No other operating system has this capability.
Read more to see all the possibilities that LinuxMCE offers.
Watch the LinuxMCE Video showing a detailed hardware and installation walk-through.
Please take a moment to read about known issues before downloading our Quick Install DVD or the Two-CD Installer.
|Download LinuxMCE or buy LinuxMCE Products|
After checking known issues please download from an appropriate mirror
- LinuxTag 2008 a resounding success (28-May-07)
- LinuxMCE Version 0710 (RC2) is released (07-May-08)
- LinuxMCE Logos are now available for download (09-Apr-08)
- RC1 Insteon Support (20-Feb-08)
- Linux Media Center PCs Review Roundup (4-Oct-07)
- DRM troubles drive ex-Microsoft employee to Linux (26-Sep-07)
- New SchedulesDirect service for MythTV (31-Aug-07)
|More LinuxMCE media coverage|
Third party media and blog coverage
Wiki Site News
- A new scratch-pad area is being set up to help document a new front end website.
- LinuxMCE Wiki was updated to the latest version which includes an RSS feed extension. Instructions about how to use it can be found here, or take a look at a Test RSS (31-Jan-08)
This Wiki has many hierarchical categories of articles. There are also developer maillists, source code repositories (with attached discussions), bug/issue report mangement and forums for discussion among users, developers and other members of the LinuxMCE community.
LinuxMCE User Setups/Configurations
LinuxMCE User Manual
HOWTO guides describing common scenarios
|Frequently Asked Questions
Responses to the most common questions
Help with common problems
Stay up to date with regular emails
Contact people involved with the project
A guide for software developers
Open source software used by LinuxMCE
Help improve the software by reporting bugs
Access the LinuxMCE source code
View version histories and changes