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RE: WinTV-Go and XDMCP



All,


>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.

You are correct, I have a old ATI-all-in-wonder as my graphics card.  However since everything I read about use of the card (it is a
OLD model (7200 or something)) said it wasn't supported (or at least very well) as a TV capture device , I swapped a old hard disk
for the Win-TV card, which seemed to be a popular choice.

I was not able to get TVtime to load at all with the ATI card installed.  Only after installing the Win-TV card am I able to do
things like scan for channels.  I have been making a assumption that I am thefore on the new card.  Possibly a poor assumption.

>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.

Well that's not good news.. :-)  I have a collection of old PCs that I am setting up as a little server farm.  The dedicated purpose
of this whole box is to support TV over xdmcp (whichever application works best)

If I can ever get the TV to work, I will let you know my results for networking the sound.

Thanks Bob,

~Aaron


>Bob...
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>Message: 9
>Date: Thu, 7 Oct 2004 11:42:51 +0100
>From: Stuart Sears <stuart sjsears com>
>Subject: Re: How to turn on IP forwarding?
>To: jonrysh pacbell net,	For users of Fedora Core releases
>	<fedora-list redhat com>
>Message-ID: <200410071142 51907 stuart sjsears com>
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>On Thursday 07 October 2004 07:27, Jonathan Ryshpan wrote:
>> I'm trying to make the machine amito forward packets from machine
>> claremont to machine home.  Claremont pings amito and amito 
>pings home,
>> but claremont doesn't ping home.  All these machines are directly
>> connected via ethernet claremont to amito on 192.168.10.x 
>and amito to
>> home on 172.16.0.x.  I have IP forwarding turned on in amito:
>
>just for a little bit of clarification...
>
>what's the routing table like on amito? (route -n to show IPs)
>I take it that amito has two NICs? (ip addresses?)
>
>Stuart
>-- 
>Stuart Sears RHCE, RHCX
>Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur
>
>
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>Message: 10
>Date: Thu, 07 Oct 2004 13:45:30 +0300
>From: Andrey Andreev <andreev cs helsinki fi>
>Subject: [OT]: Quiz for scheduler "want to be authors" [Was]: Re: code
>	of process scheduling
>To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
>Message-ID: <41651E4A 6080600 cs helsinki fi>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
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>Nifty Hat Mitch wrote:
>
>> Quiz for scheduler "want to be authors":
>> 
>> Given: 
>>        A two man racing team.
>>        Race is 100 Km in length.
>>        The first team member drives the first half at 50Km/hr.
>> 
>> Question 1:  
>>        How fast must the second driver drive the second
>>        half of the race for the TEAM to average 100Km/hour?
>The only way the team would average 100 km/h along the length of the 
>race is, as far as my imagination goes, the unlikely event that the 
>second driver quantum teleports to the finish line instantly. Either 
>that, or fall into a conveniently placed wormhole or something.
>
>> 
>> Question 2:  
>>        Essay, How the heck does this apply to the Linux scheduler.
>Seriously, how the heck does this apply to the Linux scheduler???
>
>//Andro
>
>
>-- 
>Andrey Andreev
>University of Helsinki
>Dept. of Computer Science
>
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>Message: 11
>Date: Thu, 07 Oct 2004 12:46:52 +0200
>From: Alexander Apprich <A Apprich science-computing de>
>Subject: Re: Japanese Language kit
>To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
>Message-ID: <41651E9C 2000705 science-computing de>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
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>Rajiv,
>
>Rajiv wrote:
>> Dear All,
>>     Is there any japanese language kit for beginners 
>available in fedora.
>>  
>
>what exactly do you mean? Do you want to learn japanese, or would you
>like to be able to read and write japanese?
>
>> Regards,
>> Rajiv
>> 
>Alex
>
>
>
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>Message: 12
>Date: Thu, 7 Oct 2004 06:54:12 -0400
>From: Wayne Leutwyler <wleutwyl columbus rr com>
>Subject: Re: Samba general question
>To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
>Message-ID: <391BB094-184F-11D9-8AAC-000A95E61C24 columbus rr com>
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>
>On Oct 6, 2004, at 11:13 PM, Gordon Charrick wrote:
>
>> I've been trying to share my printer that is connected to my linux 
>> computer to my bf's windows xp machine. The two computers are 
>> connected (by wireless) to a linksys router so they're on the same 
>> subnet. There isn't a chance the router could be blocking the 
>> connection, is there? The wireless is running on eth1 and I can ping 
>> from one machine to the other.
>>
>> I also have vmware running on my linux machine so I can do tests 
>> locally. When I run "net view \\gmc" on my vmware guest I get a list 
>> of shares and can connect to the printer and see the files in the 
>> "testshare" share. If I run the same comand on my bf's 
>computer I get 
>> access denied. It's not firewall related because I'm testing it with 
>> no rules set.
>>
>> I'm including my smb.conf below.
>>
>> [global]
>>         workgroup = HOME
>>         interfaces = eth1 vmnet1
>>         bind interfaces only = yes
>>         load printers = yes
>>         printing = cups
>>         printcap name = cups
>>         guest account = smbprint
>>         domain master = no
>>         local master = yes
>>         preferred master = yes
>>         os level = 65
>> [testshare]
>>         comment = test path to tmp
>>         path =/tmp
>>         browseable = yes
>>         guest ok = yes
>>         writable = no
>> [printers]
>>         comment = Linux printer
>>         path = /home/smbprint
>>         browseable = yes
>>         public = yes
>>         guest ok = yes
>>         writable = yes
>>         printable = yes
>>         printer admin = root
>>         use client driver = yes
>>
>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Gordon Charrick
>> gordonmc cox net
>>
>> -- 
>> fedora-list mailing list
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>>
>>
>
>I had some problems with printers at one time. After some research I 
>found a solution that worked. I hope this works for you. Below 
>you will 
>find my printers section of my smb.conf
>
>[printers]
>          comment = All Printers
>          path = /var/spool/samba
>          browseable = no
>          public = yes
>          guest ok = yes
>          writable = no
>          printable = yes
>          create mode = 0700
>          print command = lpr -P %p -o raw %s -r
>          lpq command = lpstat -o %p
>          lprm command = cancel %p-%j
>
>
>
>Wayne Leutwyler, RHCT
>http://linux.is-a-geek.net
>Open Source + Open Minds = Open Solutions
>
>
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>Message: 13
>Date: Thu, 07 Oct 2004 03:57:29 -0700
>From: "Dan Trainor - hostinthebox.net" <info hostinthebox net>
>Subject: Re: TOP show httpd as exe
>To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
>Message-ID: <41652119 4030704 hostinthebox net>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed
>
>Franco -
>
>You can try to find it in /proc.  You can also use sockstat to 
>check for 
>unusual socket connections.
>
>Once I locate the actual binary, I run 'strings' against it 
>and look for 
>anything unusual.  Look for dirs named '...' and '....' in 
>/var/tmp and 
>/tmp, as this is more than often a "starting point".
>
>Please respond and share your findings with the group.
>
>Thanks!
>-dant
>
>
>Franco wrote:
>
>> Hi, i have an old redhat 9.0 update to the last release of RH,
>> in some cases in the TOP i see httpd show as exe.
>> I have read the it can be a virus or trojan but how i can do
>> to now this and if so how can i delete it.
>> I start chkrootkit and rkhunter on the server and seams that
>> chkrootkit sometime tell me that i have hidden processes but
>> not even, and rkhunter tell that is all ok.
>> Any suggest?
>> 
>
>
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>Message: 14
>Date: Thu, 7 Oct 2004 12:03:17 +0100
>From: "Peter Borcherds" <peter palizdesign com>
>Subject: Fedora, Apache & PHP
>To: <fedora-list redhat com>
>Message-ID: <MEEELDAICJFDBKCKEPKFOEMFFMAA peter palizdesign com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>
>Hi all,
>
>I'm busy downloading the Fedora ISO's - my plan is to use a 
>spare PC as a
>server for my web development, as well as a Media Server.
>
>What I am planning to do is to use a drive caddy with one HDD 
>with XP Pro,
>running IIS5.1 and MS SQL Server 2000, for local development & 
>testing of
>ASP coded websites, and another HDD with Fedora, running 
>Apache and mySQL
>Server, for local development & testing of PHP coded websites.
>
>My plan for a Media Server is the following:
>http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,1558,1626400,00.asp
>
>Now...my questions...
>
>Where is the best place to find out information on setting up a PC as a
>development server - somewhere that lists the programs needed 
>and how to
>configure them. I am running a wireless network, although I 
>might hardwire
>the server to the router for more stability.
>
>Anyone have any useful sites or tips they could send me?  Bear 
>in mind that
>I am a Linux newbie (although I did experiment with RedHat 8 a 
>while back),
>but am experienced with computers as I also provide IT support for my
>clients (from fixing PC problems to building new PC's).
>
>Thanks,
>
>Peter
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