This is a discussion on BT8x8 TV Card - Kernel ; I'm having a kernel related issue (I think) with the BT878 card I have in my gentoo box. Here are pastebin results of varius infomation, I hope I give all the necessary info. If I am missing something or you ...
I'm having a kernel related issue (I think) with the BT878 card I have
in my gentoo box.
Here are pastebin results of varius infomation, I hope I give all the
necessary info. If I am missing something or you need more, please let
dmesg -> http://rafb.net/p/MVIiSg62.html
xorg.conf -> http://rafb.net/p/dXz4Ry49.html
Xorg.0.log -> http://rafb.net/p/LbPBZT56.html
config -> http://rafb.net/p/Dm5LDM88.html
xawtv gives me a window and when I right click, I can choose what
format and region and all that jazz, but I get no picture. I do get a
green overlay w/ some static when it doesn't cause my X Session to
freeze. Below is the console output of two apps I am trying to use to
access the TV Card.
tvtime produces the following error:
xaero@Leviathan ~ $ tvtime
Running tvtime 1.0.2.
Reading configuration from /etc/tvtime/tvtime.xml
Reading configuration from /home/xaero/.tvtime/tvtime.xml
xvoutput: No XVIDEO port found which supports YUY2 images.
*** tvtime requires hardware YUY2 overlay support from your video card
*** driver. If you are using an older NVIDIA card (TNT2), then
*** this capability is only available with their binary drivers.
*** For some ATI cards, this feature may be found in the experimental
*** GATOS drivers: http://gatos.souceforge.net/
*** If unsure, please check with your distribution to see if your
*** X driver supports hardware overlay surfaces.
xaero@Leviathan ~ $
tvtime-scanner now that made my heart jump ... cause it scanned and
stored all my basic cable channels. But I still can't get a video
signal. So I am obviously missing something.
So hopefully someone can help me
To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-kernel" in
the body of a message to email@example.com
More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html
Please read the FAQ at http://www.tux.org/lkml/