Try azap from the command line and read dmesg to see that the usb device is operating properly and the firmware’s good etc. There’s much work to be done though. I have merged the drivers into the official linux kernel — users of recent linux kernels do not have to do anything in order to get their fusionhdtv cards working I also have a PVR in the machine that is functioning properly, not sure if that can interfere. This is wrong as you will most likely get multiple keypresses sent. This page should be cleared off in preparation for deletion.
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DViCO FusionHDTV7 Dual Express – LinuxTVWiki
This information is much appreciated. Retrieved from ” http: Try azap from the command line and read dmesg to see that the usb device is operating properly and the firmware’s good etc. August 2nd, 6. A good guide dvioc installing ATI drivers can be found here: Now when you press a button on the remote you should see gibberish appear. I run atscscan and only one time have I been able to find channels. I lnux all steps you listed OK except that the none of the “wget” worked. No analog support available.
When linux is back up do a uname -a to make sure you are indeed running the new version. July 30th, 2. I’d read in another forum linuux the contents of the lircrc and lircmd files had to agree before the remote would work.
At most, I’d say a majority of us here are early adopters, so there’s bound to be lots of rocky spots. To start and stop your mythfrontend using your remote first you must enable irexec to run in the background.
The linux driver is bundled with the official linux kernel, hosted on www. I was on my way out the door before, so I didn’t get to finish. However, I think the telltale line is probably: I don’t see anything particularly unusual in the output. You should save this file in your user directory as it is for personal mappings of the remote. So we now need a way to make sure that the IR is always the same device.
I sourced this from the following thread: I’m thinking about building a myth TV box and two of these would be great for my setup.
DViCO FusionHDTV DVB-T Dual Digital Installation
You need to run mtd Myth Transcoding Demon before mythfrontend for this to work. Running on Fedora Core 3 2.
No audio at first, though It turned out to be a major pain in the ass. What you really want is something that produces binary gibberish when you press a button:.
[ubuntu] how to get Dvico Fusionhdtv to work
In the end I gave up and will be going back to a Nvidia card. This means that if you hold down the key, dvio nth instance will be passed.
That should have your tv out working at least. Originally Posted by aovermy Try azap from the command line and read dmesg to see that the usb device is operating properly and the firmware’s good etc. I use Ubuntu 8. I’ll post after I have it up and running. This is my quick and dirty setup. The patches applied to the v4l-dvb tree were derived by work originally completed by Chris Pascoe, the older version of these patches can be found here: Okay, I followed the directions–so far so good.
For example throw in one of your dvd’s and type mtd.