The kernel seems fairly stable, but MythTV still doesn’t seem to be able to detect my TV Tuner card or more than likely I am making a mistake somewhere. The MythTV wiki gives a script which does this: By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. CCextractor is also open source, so if want to add support for European standard subtitles, well, I’m sure the developers of CCextractor wouldn’t object. BB code is On.

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Here’s a list over simple fixes and tasks in Debian linuc I’ve been running into the past few weeks. Invoke using the arguments up, down, toggle. Make sure your BIOS settings are right first though.


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Showing posts with label leadtek dtv s. Probably the driver for the card is not loaded. How do I change the permissions so that I can use the card as an ordinary user? Index of the ever-growing list 1. Adjusting your webcam I’ve had problems with webcam images being overly dark — trying to adjust the image with cheese leads to nothing. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Well, here are the answers: The MythTV wiki gives a script which does this: I want to be able to get the closed captions from a stream on a dvb-t card on my linux machine.

This will work for US closed captions not European format subtitles but assuming that was OK for you it might work with no programming at all. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.

I tried compiling my own, but I found the process very confusing. Apart from the fact that the file gets overwritten on each boot.

You can get a list of modules that are currently loaded by doing lsmod. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction so far. While it does work out of the box with e.


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I should have guessed: Post as a guest Name. This method does not seem to add linebreaks — instead it presumes that you’re using llinux standard 80 char terminal.

Change the logical name of an ethernet card — why do I have eth1 and rename2 and how to get eth0 and eth1 instead? The package lists or status file could not be parsed or opened.

I have already been in contact with the ccextracter developer and he has stated that it would not work as the AU uses bitmaps as closed captions as far as he can tell which would requier ocring. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.

NOTE that interfaces handled by network-manager won’t show up here. Unfortunately, yum does not update lonux such a recent potentially unstable?