[mythtv-users] MythTV on a Via Epia M10000, how?

anders smith anders at smiths.dk
Fri Sep 10 05:51:05 EDT 2004


Sounds like the card works, but haven't found a channel, have you tried the
ivtv apps?
It's ben awhile but I think there is a perl app to tune (tune.pl I guess)
the channels easily to make sure everything works.....
rgds
anders


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Christoffer Kj°lbŠk" <christoffer at kjoelbaek.dk>
To: "Discussion about mythtv" <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 2:56 AM
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] MythTV on a Via Epia M10000, how?


> fre, 2004-09-03 kl. 20:35 skrev Anthony Fremont:
> > Christoffer Kj°lbŠk wrote:
> > >> Hi Anthony
> > >>
> > >> Thanks for a long answer. I will try a Gentoo install again, and see
> > >> how that goes. Again, thanks for all the input.
> >
> > Yeah, I tend to get long winded like that at times.  ;-)  I haven't had
much
> > time to mess with my system the past couple of days, but I should make
some
> > progress by this weekend.
> >
> > I had some trouble with lirc using the modules provided with the kernel,
but
> > upgraded to a new lirc package fixed everything.  Seems that the
hauppauge
> > lirc module (lirc_i2c) is broken in the released kernel (2.6.7-epia1).
The
> > tv card is working pretty well now, so I decided to upgrade to the
latest
> > myth cvs code.  That forced me to upgrade my master backend as well.
:-(
> I have messed around with my system for about a week now, and finally,
> everything seems to work, except for the TV-tuner. All I get is snow. I
> don't know if it is tv-tuner or my settings of it.
>
> I've like said on epia-wiki.org, about installing the card. In
> mythsetup, under Channel editor, I have used frequency like c10 and s14,
> isn't that right?
> >
> > I found an e-build for a late version of myth at:
> >
http://cpan.cybercomm.nl/pub/gentoo-portage/media-tv/mythfrontend/mythfrontend-0.15.1.ebuild
> > I haven't tried using it, but I thought it might help you out.  I
discovered
> > it quite by accident when looking for something else.  Let me know how
it
> > goes.
> I used this one, and it went well
>
>


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