I386 (Show)

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Format Webshow
Genre Informational
Origin Australia
Created by thetron
Starring thetron
Language English
Producer(s) thetron
Location(s) Australia
Running Time Variable
Network NA
Frequency NA
Original Airing 2006 - 2007
Total Seasons NA
Total Episodes 4 (+2 Extras)
Additional Information
Topics Technology, Computers, Hacking
Follows NA
Precedes NA
Associated Video NA
Website i386.tv (defunct)

i386 was a show started in mid 2006 by thetron. The show was said to be the first Australian based iptv show, and focused on "almost anything about being technology enthusiast". The format of each episode changes; some episodes feature a host while others are simply demonstration video. There are a total of four episodes, making the show come to a halt near a year after conception.


Episode 1 - Motherlan 06

Thanks to Triby and the crew of The Resonance and Devin Anderson for kindly giving us permission to use their music. Motherlan 07 has just been recently announcement for an early January 27th & 28th 2007.

Episode 2 - Building a $2500 gaming rig

Adam and Zac. Will attempt to put together i386.tv's first gaming rig with tightly set budget of $2500 A little warning they maybe swearing. One broken hard drive and some wrong information/wording, We're not professionals ;\ The Borat comments are welcome?

Episode 3 - Practical Myth Tutorial

This tutorial called Practical Myth would be presented by Michael Still and Stewart Smith during Linux.Conf.Au 07 MythTV is a powerful open source personal video recorder. It records television off the air, plays downloaded media files, DVDs, and audio files. It also includes a web browser, RSS reader, weather applet, and much more

Episode 4 - The AppArmor Project

Crispin Cowan recent LCA07 Presentation about AppArmor security system for linux. Crisp demonstrate using AppArmor to create security profiles for real and complex server and client applications. AppArmor is fully GPL, and is included in all current releases of SUSE Linux. AppArmor ports are available for Slackware and Ubuntu, and under way for Gentoo and Red Hat/Fedora.

Episode 1 Teaser

Teaser for episode one of i386.

Episode 2 Teaser

Teaser for episode 2 of i386.


Series User Link Notes
i386 - Complete Series Famicoman Offline

External Links

i386.tv (defunct)