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Maybe with something like KDE Plasma Bigscreen?

I like the look of this. Is there any way to control it through your phone (eg through a locally hosted server and a QR code to connect to the page) or an easy way to hook in and send the control signals so I could make crappy version of a page myself?

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So does this just get installed into a mini PC you plug into the TV and act like basically a Chromecast? It looks beautiful.

I have been looking at it since I am fed up with Fire TV. Can you install it on any Linux distro? I thought it was for raspberry pi. I have an Intel Nuc running Opensuse

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Apparently there is a package named plasma5-bigscreen available for OpenSUSE, but I haven’t tried it myself.

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Oh lord, I have looked exactly for that (chromecast ui but open source). I was close to jailbreaking an old fire tv stick and running AOSP on it.

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That looks awesome, thanks!

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