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Here is the xorg.conf for the sony vph1272 to get it to 1280x1024 resolution


# nvidia-xconfig: X configuration file generated by nvidia-xconfig
# nvidia-xconfig:  version 1.0  (buildmeister@builder63)  Tue Oct 20 21:00:15 PDT 2009

Section "ServerLayout"
    Identifier     "Layout0"
    Screen      0  "Screen0"
    InputDevice    "Keyboard0" "CoreKeyboard"
    InputDevice    "Mouse0" "CorePointer"
EndSection

Section "Files"
EndSection

Section "InputDevice"
    # generated from default
    Identifier     "Mouse0"
    Driver         "mouse"
    Option         "Protocol" "auto"
    Option         "Device" "/dev/psaux"
    Option         "Emulate3Buttons" "no"
    Option         "ZAxisMapping" "4 5"
EndSection

Section "InputDevice"
    # generated from default
    Identifier     "Keyboard0"
    Driver         "kbd"
EndSection

Section "Monitor"
        Identifier   "Monitor0"
        VendorName   "Monitor Vendor"
        ModelName    "PHILIPS 107M"
        DisplaySize  320        240
 ### Comment all HorizSync and VertSync values to use DDC:
        HorizSync    30.0 - 87.0
        VertRefresh  50.0 - 120.0
        Option      "dpms"
EndSection

Section "Device"
    Identifier     "Device0"
    Driver         "nvidia"
    VendorName     "NVIDIA Corporation"
EndSection

Section "Screen"
        Identifier "Screen0"
        Device     "Videocard0"
        Monitor    "Monitor0"
        DefaultDepth     24
        SubSection "Display"
                Viewport   0 0
                Depth     16
                Modes    "800x600" "640x480"
        EndSubSection
        SubSection "Display"
                Viewport   0 0
                Depth     24
                Modes    "1280x1024"
    EndSubSection
EndSection

Louisville Insight lineup

You actually get all that on ClearQAM? I may have to rescan up here in NKY. Last time I did so, it was just the locals.


Yes I do - Blackoper

Here is current working QAM for 16673R (cable ready boxless lineup) for Insight zip code 40205 still working as of 9-5-13

# qamextract.pl v1.01 2011-12-03 KY16673R
WHASDT:507000000:QAM_256:11-1:31781:1
WHASDT2:507000000:QAM_256:11-2:45763:2
WKPCDT:507000000:QAM_256:15-3:21114:5
WKPCDT3:507000000:QAM_256:15-4:33686:6
1173:129000000:QAM_256:15-23:23323:23
1174:129000000:QAM_256:15-24:23323:24
LOOR020:159000000:QAM_256:20-27:23328:27
1243:225000000:QAM_256:24-3:16604:3
CNN:279000000:QAM_256:33-5:10142:5
NIK:279000000:QAM_256:33-10:11006:10
HALL:291000000:QAM_256:35-4:11221:4
ESPN:291000000:QAM_256:35-6:10179:6
WGNAMER:381000000:QAM_256:50-23:17098:23
Univision:495000000:QAM_256:69-31:11118:31
TWC:207000000:QAM_256:12-2:11187:2
WHAS:207000000:QAM_256:12-3:11497:3
WLKY:207000000:QAM_256:12-4:11645:4
WAVE:207000000:QAM_256:12-5:11291:5
TVGN:207000000:QAM_256:12-6:16715:6
CSPAN2:207000000:QAM_256:12-7:10162:7
WGNAMER:207000000:QAM_256:12-9:17098:9
HSN:207000000:QAM_256:12-10:10269:10
WDRB:207000000:QAM_256:12-11:11391:11
WMYODT:207000000:QAM_256:12-12:32826:12
CSPAN:207000000:QAM_256:12-13:10161:13
WKPC:207000000:QAM_256:12-14:11618:14
FX:279000000:QAM_256:33-1:14321:1
DISN:279000000:QAM_256:33-2:10171:2
OXYGEN:279000000:QAM_256:33-3:21484:3
USA:279000000:QAM_256:33-4:11207:4
LIFE:279000000:QAM_256:33-6:10918:6
AETV:279000000:QAM_256:33-7:10035:7
MTV:279000000:QAM_256:33-8:10986:8
CNBC:279000000:QAM_256:33-9:10139:9
TNT:279000000:QAM_256:33-11:11164:11
FNC:279000000:QAM_256:33-12:16374:12
TLC:279000000:QAM_256:33-13:11158:13
TRUTV:279000000:QAM_256:33-14:10153:14
SYFY:291000000:QAM_256:35-1:11097:1
TVLAND:291000000:QAM_256:35-2:16123:2
CMT:291000000:QAM_256:35-3:10138:3
SOAP:291000000:QAM_256:35-5:21284:5
GOLF:291000000:QAM_256:35-7:14899:7
FSSO4:291000000:QAM_256:35-8:18869:8
WDRBDT:561000000:QAM_256:41-1:32824:1
WMYODT:561000000:QAM_256:58-1:32826:2
WDRBDT2:561000000:QAM_256:41-2:70933:3
MYFAMTV:561000000:QAM_256:58-2:31019:4
TCM:699000000:QAM_256:108-27:12852:27
Daystar:699000000:QAM_256:108-31:44678:31
WBKIDT:525000000:QAM_256:74-1:44678:1
WKYICD:525000000:QAM_256:74-2:65705:2
WBKIDT2:525000000:QAM_256:74-3:65706:3
QUBO:525000000:QAM_256:74-5:54604:5
MTV2:297000000:QAM_256:36-1:16361:1
AMC:297000000:QAM_256:36-3:10021:3
TBS:297000000:QAM_256:36-4:11867:4
ESPN2:297000000:QAM_256:36-5:12444:5
DSC:297000000:QAM_256:36-6:11150:6
FSNOH:297000000:QAM_256:36-7:11106:7
TVG:297000000:QAM_256:36-8:21345:8
BRAV:297000000:QAM_256:36-9:10057:9
TBN:297000000:QAM_256:36-10:14767:10
WAVEDT:513000000:QAM_256:3-1:33659:1
WAVEDT3:513000000:QAM_256:3-3:53199:2
WLKY HD:513000000:QAM_256:32-1:33144:3
WAVEDT2:513000000:QAM_256:3-2:58644:4
MeTV:513000000:QAM_256:32-2:63250:5
WGNHD:381000000:QAM_256:113-3:59208:23
LMN:705000000:QAM_256:109-29:18480:29
Sprout:747000000:QAM_256:116-22:47540:22
WBNADT:525000000:QAM_256:74-4:34759:4
MSNBC:285000000:QAM_256:34-3:16300:3
TWCHD:219000000:QAM_256:23-2:11187:2
ShopNBC:747000000:QAM_256:116-26:14948:26
ABCF:285000000:QAM_256:34-1:10093:1
SPIKETV:285000000:QAM_256:34-2:11163:2
FOOD:285000000:QAM_256:34-4:12574:4
VH1:285000000:QAM_256:34-5:11218:5
HLN:285000000:QAM_256:34-6:10145:6
BET:285000000:QAM_256:34-7:10051:7
HGTV:285000000:QAM_256:34-8:14902:8
TOON:285000000:QAM_256:34-9:12131:9
History:285000000:QAM_256:34-10:14771:10
E:285000000:QAM_256:34-11:10989:11
Comedy:285000000:QAM_256:34-12:10149:12
APL:285000000:QAM_256:34-13:16331:13
TRAV:285000000:QAM_256:34-14:11180:14
WBNADT:183000000:QAM_256:8-1:34759:1
WBKIDT:183000000:QAM_256:8-2:44678:2
QVC:183000000:QAM_256:8-3:11069:3
TVONE:183000000:QAM_256:8-4:35513:4
GOAC008:183000000:QAM_256:8-5:22221:5
PUAC008:183000000:QAM_256:8-6:23483:6
KET2:183000000:QAM_256:8-9:30538:9
CN2:183000000:QAM_256:8-11:11330:11
WBNADT2:525000000:QAM_256:74-6:54604:6
RTV:525000000:QAM_256:74-7:57447:7

MythTV on VirutalBox Mythbuntu on FreeNAS

What for? MythTV runs just fine on FreeBSD directly, and if you wanted to maintain the isolation you get with a VM, you could stuff it into a Jail.


Response- I had all kind of issues trying to get the freebsd version to load correctly on a freenas/nas4free installation. A lot easier to just run it in a VM with virtualbox. A lot less issues when upgrading as well. Plus I'm more comfortable with the linux variant.