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XBMC media center running on ARM and Intel-based MeeGo Linux devices

The popular XBMC media player application may have started its life as Xbox Media Center, running on the original Xbox game console with an Intel Pentium II chip. But today XBMC can run on a wide range of systems, with builds to run as an app on Windows, Mac, or Linux computers or on the Apple TV. So it should come as no surprise that you can run the application on devices running MeeGo Linux.

What is a little surprising is to see XBMC running not only on a Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t notebook with an Intel Atom processor, but also on a Nokia N900.

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