Donate to the GeeXboX Project

July 27th, 2011

Why donating ?

GeeXboX is a free project, developed by individual developers on their spare time. Our team has no income and any help is fully appreciated to help us with development. Many users request new features from us, especially on hardware we do not own. Besides, hosting the web server, the domain name and providing the needed bandwidth to let you download GeeXboX’s ISO has a cost. Recently, we’ve been lucky that someone has provided us a free webserver but this may change at any time. Funding also helps our team to be involved in multiple conferences to talk and present GeeXboX to the world.

How can I help or donate ?

To donate does not necessarily mean giving money. Of course, if you really like GeeXboX and believe that the time used to develop it should be rewarded, your money donations are welcomed (they will be used to help meet goals requested from users, such as having better development conditions, i.e buying new hardware to add support …). If you want to contribute to the GeeXboX project you can make a donation using PayPal : it’s free, easy and of course you’re free to donate what you think our work deserves. The whole development team thanks you.

But you’re also able to help us from many others ways. If you can provide us dedicated servers, bandwidth, promotions, advertisement, or even specific piece of hardware, old computers stuff, please contact us, your help will be greatly welcomed. By the way, you can also help us with your own skills as we’re looking for translations maintainers, documentation maintainers and especially designers and drawers.

So, if you want to help us, just mail us at . And, on behalf of all the developers and users, thank you for your help.

Here's a description of all of our generous donators, each of them have give us a slight money income to thank us from our work and which will be used to add a better support for hardware stuff into GeeXboX. Many thanks to Romain Perea, Luigi Bortolani, Sam Huffman, Clint Brothers, Paul François, Lobo Martinez, Olivier Cochard, Laurent Peltier, Jonathan Davis, Michaël B., Fabien Messinger, Steven McGregor, Xavier Legrand, Salvatore Tringale, Fabio Lovisa, Joshua Jacobs, Chris Komatsu, José luis Fernandez Nuñez, Andrea Dell'Orco, Dennis Flynn, Didier Vecten, Linux-cd.com.ar, Guillaume Schaeffer, Alexander Pilon, Anastasios Rontsis, Charles McRobert, Fabio Meloni, Pablo Valentini, Marco Malagnini, Corinne Cheval, Skordilis Spyridon-Paris, Alexandre Lissy, Arthur Czuma, Carole Beckmann, Olivier Nyssen

Over the team, our development team already has received (or been able to purchase) the following pieces of hardware. Special thanks to Sylvain Doctrinal, Coyot, Lolo, Nicolas Jolly, Cédric Chaissac, Andrew Florence ( Response Computing ), Guy C. McNeill ( IT Manager, Westminster Group PLC ), Hervé Remigy, François Rais, Genesi USA , Saifdinn AGREBI, Frederic Baille, Antonio C. Valente, ASUSTeK Computer , 9Telecom , and CE Linux Forum for their hardware donations.

Display adapters :

  • ATI Radeon 9600SE 128M AGP TV
  • ATI Rage 128 Ultra 32M AGP TV
  • ATI Rage 128 Pro AGP
  • ATI Rage 128 AGP
  • SiS 6326 8M AGP
  • SiS 6326 4M AGP
  • S3 Trio 64V+
  • S3 Trio 368 8M AGP
  • S3 Trio 32 PCI
  • 3Dfx Voodoo 3 8M PCI
  • Diamond Viper V550 (nVidia TnT) 16M AGP TV
Sound cards :
  • SB 128 CT4810 PCI
  • SB Live! CT4830
  • Yamaha WaveForce 192XG

Miscellaneous :

  • Tekram DC-310/310U PCI SCSI
  • Adaptec AHA-2920 PCI SCSI
  • Cnet WiFi 54 Mbps USB dongle WD-854
  • Pinnacle Studio PCTV Pro BT848
  • 3COM 10Mbps LAN PC-Card
  • US Robotics PCMCIA V.34 Modem
  • Hauppauge PVR 350
  • Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-S-Plus
  • Logitech UltraX Media Remote

Complete Systems :

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