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I just now solved it. lircd -n --device=name='IR*' -H devinput. That's it. Works.


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This is a bug and was solved by adding a PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnome-dvb-daemon/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade After that, the user could activate the DVB-Plugin in Totem and watch TV.


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I've successfully compiled it under 11.10, with some changes to the instructions on that help page. You should not have the device plugged in during this procedure (just in case...) First type uname -r and note down the kernel version. In my case it is 3.0.0-13-generic Next, in the following line change it according to your kernel version, in my case it ...


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Give a try to TVTime, which may help you to find aerial broadcast signals and with a few options you will be able to make your tvtuner work perfectly with analog signals, the same as cable or digital (digitals not tested by me and may require special hardware). You can install tvtime via synaptic or by dropping the next in a terminal. sudo apt-get install ...


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I had the same problem on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) with the VLC 1.0.6 Goldeneye. Every now and then (from several seconds to a dozen or so) there were short but annoying sound jitters / clicks / cracks when watching DVB-T. The following change of VLC settings solved it. Open "Tools" -> "Preferences" ("Ctrl+P"), click "Show Settings" -> "All", find ...


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have you tried VLC? if you have the frequencies you just need to put them in VLC then it will play. VLC Project WebSite: http://www.videolan.org


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The easiest way to record immediately is by pressing the record button: To enable it click View → Advanced Controls. Records become stored as .ts files which you can watch with VLC. You find them in ~/Downloads, which you can change. To cut .ts files I recommend DVBcut : DVBcut is a Qt application that allows you to select certain parts of an MPEG ...


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This may be a bit of an overkill, but MythTV is an absolutely incredibly awesome thing: you can tell it once you want to record a certain show and it will find it and record it automatically. Or to record all documentaries. Or to record a first episode of all soap operas. recorded episodes are neatly categorized in a nice UI you can tell it to keep only 10 ...


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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 ...


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Try sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) That should download the the required files. YOu may need build essential packages also .


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Having a look on LinuxTV site, I've found that: Note that I do not have a DVB-S card and that I ve not tested these 2 solutions below For a DVB-S PCI Cards From this source on linuxtv.org about DVB-S PCI Cards A linux driver which can be downloaded for the Mantis family from the Twinhan website (AZLinux_v1.4.2_CI_FC6). The mantis_vp1034 only has ...


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Tnx for reply. I loaded the module with modprobe dvb_usb_rtl2832u rc_mode=2 I have IR-receiver on input4. Started lircd with lircd -n --device=name='IR*' -H devinput but no luck with the remote. I also followed instructions on http://www.pclinuxos.com/forum/index.php?topic=89669.5;wap2 cat /proc/bus/input/devices | grep -n10 c803 gives IR-receiver on ...


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To know if you can get a DVB-T signal in your country, have a look to this nice map. If yes, I suggest you to follow this answer to test it with VLC and create your channels.conf file. Then once you know it works, you can chose an application to watch TV like Me-TV, Kaffeine or any other applications listed in this question. Note 1: till 12.04, Me-TV was ...



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