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OK, sorry for this extreme short answer. I wanted to help someone else, listing all the frontends of his DVB receivers. So I installed the dvb-tools. sudo apt-get install dvb-tools I tried dvb-fe-tool, but it could only show details about one adapter at a time. But I noticed the last line of the output to be: $ dvb-fe-tool ... Supported delivery ...
Solution on Ubuntu 12.4 kernel 3.2 0. Check your kernel $ uname -r 3.2.0-39-generic-pae 1. Plug in the USB TV Tuner You can check that it is correctly plug in with lsusb $ lsusb Bus 001 Device 002: ID 07ca:a835 AVerMedia Technologies, Inc. 2. Download the driver for AF9035 dvb-t usb dongle (3.2.x kernel version) Note that this driver should work ...
Solution on Ubuntu 13.10 from this source, note that this solution is simpler than on 12.04 1. Download the firmware $ cd /lib/firmware/ $ sudo wget http://xgazza.altervista.org/Linux/DVB/dvb-usb-af9035-01.fw $ sudo wget http://xgazza.altervista.org/Linux/DVB/dvb-usb-af9035-02.fw 2. Install the needed application $ sudo apt-get install git $ sudo ...
I have 3 DVB cards and I was seeing zero byte recordings (no system freeze though). I fixed it by adding the vmalloc=192M kernel parameter to the grub command line that boots the system. See this thread for some discussion on it.
Try either: ambrosa / DVB-Realtek-RTL2832U-2.2.2-10tuner-mod_kernel-3.0.0 tmair / DVB-Realtek-RTL2832U-2.2.2-10tuner-mod_kernel-3.0.0 I have a Terratec Cinergy TStick+ (ID 0ccd:00d7). Neither of these worked for me, and I instead had to use media build driver. However, your device may work ..
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