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Try this: rtl_fm -f 96.3e6 -W -s 200000 -r 48000 - | aplay -r 48k -f S16_LE Note FM Radio is a wide FM signal! rtl_fm make as default NFM (narrow fm).
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 & 14.04 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 ...
The problem was that I was using an out of date version of MythTV, for which I can only apologise. It turns out that was assuming that the error messages were a function of the driver but, by installing the latest version of MythTV 0.27 the messages went away and MythTV was able to scan for channels. One learning point - Use a scanner such as dvbv5-scan to ...
Yes, this is possible, with kernel > 3.3 ( kernel 3.5 is currently available in backport package linux-generic-lts-quantal ): see http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/ITE_IT9135. In short: you need to download the firmware from http://www.ite.com.tw/uploads/firmware/v184.108.40.206/dvb-usb-it9135.zip, unzip, and then dd if=dvb-usb-it9135.fw ibs=1 skip=64 count=8128 ...
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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