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Re: [SLUG] Digital TV Tuner Cards On Linux?
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Digital TV Tuner Cards On Linux?
- From: O Plameras <oscarp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 02:37:41 +1100
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Angus Lees wrote:
At Thu, 10 Feb 2005 12:21:23 +1100, Oscar Plameras wrote:
Kevin Saenz wrote:
There is NO 'tv_grab_au' from the de-facto http://www.xmltv.org
server. I suspect because there is none that works consistently.
ffs Oscar, the first hit on google is a perl script that I've been
using fine for about 6 months now:
This is the one I currently tested.
It does not work for me. There are tv_grab_?? for other countries from
tv_grab_jp for Japan - I can run this and it gives the correct list.
There is tv_grab_na for North America, for UK, Germany, etc., but NONE
for Australia in this source.
I am using Fedora Core 2 and you are using Debian. I am using FusionHDTV
What HDTV card are you using ?
For my linux platform, the following is the MythTV HOWTO I used and got
me to install
with no errors.
I can use the above to re-install everytime. In other words, the HOWTO
is replicable with
the same results everytime, i.e., Weather Pages with all the details
comes up but NO TV channels.
Just black and blank screen, no shadow or something like that.
This is because tv_grab_au (from
does not work successfully on my installation. I'll try this perl
version again and the python
version suggested in another post.
I don't get what part of mythtv even needs a howto. The docs on the
mythtv site are excellent and using mdz's pre-built Debian packages
makes it ridiculously simple: