[mythtv-users] Fedora Core 4 with Fusion Lite DVB-T
jchendo at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 22:19:24 UTC 2006
On 2/8/06, Steve Baker <vengeance at smeg.org> wrote:
> Matthew Carle wrote:
> >> Has anyone setup the Fusion Lite DVB-T card under Fedora Core
> >> 4? If you could briefly share the steps to do this, I'd
> >> appreciate it. Currently, I've found instructions to do it
> >> with FC3, but it assumes building a custom kernel and
> >> downloading a custom driver. I'm wondering if this support
> >> is already available in the supplied modules.
> >> Thanks,
> >> Brian
> > I am using 2 of these cards in FC3. There is no need to recompile the
> > anymore.
> > You just need to run:
> > /sbin/modprobe dvb-bt8xx
> > (as root) sometime before the backend starts.
> > Matthew.
> Correct - the light cards work under kernel 2.6.9 and later, and the
> full cards work with some patching on kernels 2.6.10, and with the right
> options on kernel 2.6.13 onwards.
> The guy who's written all the DVICO Linux drivers site is here :
> An out of date guide to getting the DVICO card to work in Linux is here
> : http://www.users.on.net/~jani/dvico-mythtv.html
> Hope this helps.
> Steve Baker.
AS you can see there is a lot of us that are using these cards.
I am not sure of the benifits of the PLUS card over the LITE card, but most
DVB cards are the same under linux (or soi have read). I started with one
card, then brought another card. all i did to install it was, shutdown the
backend, plug in the card, start the backend and use setup to assign the
output etc. really easy.
THe wife wants a third card now. Cool.
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