On Thu, 2004-10-07 at 06:07, KANE Aaron wrote: > All, > > <snip> > > So it is a BT878 based TV card which is working out of the box with > Fedora Core 2. You do not say whether you now get a TV picture using > tvtime or xawtv. If not, did you scan for channels? "xawtv -hwscan" > will > list you the card if it can be used. If not, check which modules are > loaded with "lsmod" and very important check your /etc/modprobe.conf. > > </snip> > > So, I open up TVtime and get a blue screen that reports 'no signal' I > then scan for channels, change my format and scan channels all without > any luck. xamtv is not installed as part of FC2 (that I can find) so > I haven't run that command. I have been using TVTime and updating > throught the command menu mostly. > > The other data requested is below. > > Thanks again, > > ~Aaron > > [root localhost akane]# /sbin/lsmod > > Module Size Used by > > snd_pcm_oss 46201 0 > > snd_pcm 81733 1 snd_pcm_oss > > snd_page_alloc 12233 1 snd_pcm > > snd_timer 25157 1 snd_pcm > > nfs 161917 1 > > lockd 53513 2 nfs > > tuner 20697 0 > > bttv 139725 0 > > video_buf 20293 1 bttv > > i2c_algo_bit 11337 1 bttv > > v4l2_common 8897 1 bttv > > btcx_risc 7625 1 bttv > > i2c_core 21185 3 tuner,bttv,i2c_algo_bit > > videodev 10944 1 bttv > > sr_mod 17509 0 > > snd_mixer_oss 17985 1 snd_pcm_oss > > snd 47397 4 snd_pcm_oss,snd_pcm,snd_timer,snd_mixer_oss > > soundcore 10785 1 snd > > parport_pc 24577 1 > > lp 12461 0 > > parport 36489 2 parport_pc,lp > > autofs4 20165 1 > > sunrpc 128805 5 nfs,lockd > > 3c59x 36201 0 > > ipt_REJECT 8897 0 > > ipt_state 5569 0 > > ip_conntrack 30929 1 ipt_state > > iptable_filter 6209 1 > > ip_tables 18497 3 ipt_REJECT,ipt_state,iptable_filter > > microcode 10209 0 > > dm_mod 49477 0 > > joydev 11009 0 > > uhci_hcd 30553 0 > > radeon 114245 2 > > md5 7745 1 > > ipv6 233701 14 > > ext3 99497 2 > > jbd 58457 1 ext3 > > aic7xxx 145145 3 > > sd_mod 20801 4 > > scsi_mod 102025 3 sr_mod,aic7xxx,sd_mod > > [root localhost akane]# cat /etc/modprobe.conf > > alias eth0 3c59x > > alias scsi_hostadapter aic7xxx > > alias char-major-81 bttv > > alias usb-controller uhci-hcd > > options bttv card=64 tuner=28 > > alias char-major-81 bttv > > Aaron, Where did you get the card and tuner options? According to the cardlist(s), card=64 is a ATI TV-Wonder VE and tuner=28 is a LG PAL_BG+FM (TPI8PSB01D). I don't think these are correct for the WinTv Go. Remove those lines from modprobe.conf and delete the duplicate alias char-major-81 line. IIRC the WinTV card I have at home is the same as yours and required no special options in modprobe.conf. Currently, it's not installed so I cannot check it (lspci). As to the XDMCP issues: It's possible that tvtime will not run remotely, if that is your intent. xawtv has (or had) a remote option, but at the time I tried it only video was redirected sound stayed at the host executing xawtv. Not very useful for remote TV watching. Bob... Bob...
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