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You're requesting to watch TV with VLC - well it is possible. See this answer. TV with VLC Else some illustrations of the other applications: TV with Me-TV TV with Kaffeine


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Me TV is a pretty decent under-appreciated application for DVB-* devices. Has an EPG, even recording facilities. Much, much lighter than MythTV. sudo apt-get install me-tv


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You could always use mplayer : mplayer -fs dvb://[card_number@]channel The -fs flag enables full screen mode.


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MythTV can also be configured to run in a window. In the MythTV Frontend, go to Setup > Appearance and the first screen should look similar to the screen below. You can set the size of the menu here, and also if you want the playback to use the same size area. Setting the window border option will add or remove the window border, and setting fixed window ...


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There is also Gnome's own DVB Daemon. As its name suggests it sits behind the scenes allowing applications to leverage its power. There is a Totem plugin that allows you to use it (though I haven't tested a recent version so I don't quite know how good it is). sudo apt-get install totem-plugins-dvb-daemon That will get all the dependencies too.


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Firmware blobs (including the ones for tv tuner cards) typically live in the linux-firmware-nonfree package. I don't see anything for a CX8800 in the file, but it might be worth installing it and seeing one of the firmware files in there support your tuner. If not you can file a bug on the package.


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If the upstream Linux master your kernel was built from supports your TV tuner, the driver is already installed. If there is no support in your Linux kernel, but out-of-master support elsewhere, I'd advise you not to bother trying until it gets committed to master. There is a reason it is not in master yet. Digital TV If you are in Europe, you need to use ...


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1seg is better known as ISDB-T for cellphones, laptops, etc. Therefore, google for ISDB-T USB dongle Ubuntu in order to find available products. You need to load the smsusb and smusbtv kernel modules (if they do not load automatically) and then use a program to scan for the available channels. Look at http://www.dealextreme.com/ for available products.


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Intel has made a mess of this as the Vt-d functionality can actually live on the chipset. http://www.intel.com/assets/pdf/prodbrief/317312.pdf The Q33 does not have it, but the Q35 does. The criteria for where Vt-d support lives is relative to where your memory controller is. With your CPU, it's not on die, so you have an opportunity to add Vt-d with a ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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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In the past I've had the following work for me: ffmpeg -f oss -ac 2 -ar 48000 -i /dev/audio1 -acodec pcm_s16le -f video4linux2 -s 720x480 -r 3000/101 -i /dev/video0 -sameq -aspect 4:3 -target ntsc-dvd a.vob Of course both the -target and frame rate -r 3000/101 would have to be changed for PAL.


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http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Saa713x_devices I used to have a Kworld Xpert TV PVR7134 with the SAA7134-based tvtuner You will need to find card and tuner numbers , for my card it was card=63 tuner=56. I had to add these options to /etc/modprobe.d/saa7134 with echo "options saa7134 card=63 tuner=56" > /etc/modprobe.d/saa7134 More to read: ...


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If found that the following devices are reported as working with VDR. This usually means that they will work with other software as well: Hauppauge DEC 3000-s Hauppauge Nova USB Technotrend PC-Line USB Kathrein UFP 500 Pinnacle PCTV 400e Pinnacle PCTV 450e Sundtek SkyTV Ultimate DVB-S/S2 I don't know, unfortunately, if you can still buy any of them. My ...


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You need to read the dmesg, it's saying you have to specify the card when the module is added (albeit the developer decided to rant a bit about it too) you need to know which tv card you have and then match it up to a number in that list in your dmesg. Once you have the number do this: echo saa7134 card=100 | sudo tee -a /etc/modules We know it's not '0' ...


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I doubt it works out of the box, though I've not tested it. It looks like you'll need to download the drivers from here http://linux.terratec.de/tv_en.html From the readme.txt file within the above download, there are some caveats: 8. Known problems & limitations a.CPU architecture: Currently only x86 architecture is supported. ...


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You need to create a persistent udev rule, in /etc/udev/ See /lib/udev/rules.d for help on how to configure the specific rule. I am not sure how the rule should exactly look like, however it should be similar to these network rules: # PCI device 0x8086:0x1242 (iwlagn) SUBSYSTEM=="net", ACTION=="add", DRIVERS=="?*", ATTR{address}=="00:12:ab:52:44:36", ...


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Install mythtv. It is a television recording/watching program with many features and network sharing.


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run thses commands :) sudo modprobe -vr saa7134_dvb sudo modprobe -vr saa7134_alsa sudo modprobe -vr saa7134 sudo modprobe -v saa7134 card=21


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http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page is the authoritative resource for TV on Linux. See if you can spot your device being supported at http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Hardware_Device_Information If not then I'm afraid it's game over unless you can find someone to write you a driver (not trivial) :) My initial quick scan of that site and the ...


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This is for 64 bit drivers, but probably the same solution applies to the 32-bit version by just using x86 instead of x64 in filenames. The solution is inspired in the great work by the guys of linuxtv.org Create a directory called AverTVVolarHX in your home Download C038A827H826_Installer_x64_0.10-Beta_091126.zip from AverMedia WebSite to that directory ...


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According to the Mailing List Archive for MythTV and git.linuxtv.org commit #1 and git.linuxtv.org commit #2 this older (UB345 so close to your version) versions of this tuner brand work with V4L: V4L/DVB: dvb: add support for kworld 340u and ub435-q to em28xx-dvb This adds support for the KWorld PlusTV 340U and KWorld UB345-Q ATSC sticks, which are ...


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If you are absolutely sure that Bus 002 Device 051: ID 1b80:e421 Afatech is the device which refers to your TV Tuner (mine reads something like: Bus 002 Device 030: ID 2040:7240 Hauppauge WinTV HVR-850 but yours can be that) you should say what are you doing in order to gather the TV Signal, which will be a software or something like MeTV or (my ...


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kworld ub435-q USB TV and Ubuntu With Xubuntu 11.10 "Ocelot", my Kworld ub435-q USB TV tuner works great in Kaffeine Media Player v. 1.2.2 and KDE v. 4.7.4 for "over the air broadcasts" without any modifications. Open up Kaffeine Choose "Digital TV" in the Start Menu Hit "Configure Television" option icon Click on "Device 1" tab Choose "Source" which for ...


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Device: 14f7:0500 Technisat SkyStar USB HD No, I would not try those instructions: LinuxTV.org >> How to Obtain, Build and Install V4L-DVB Device Drivers No need to over complicate things. Try what I used: (adapted from: LinuxTV.org > TerraTec Cinergy T Stick) NOTE: First unplug device, create/install driver, and then plug back in. You may need to ...


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download the file dvb-usb-SkyStar_USB_HD_FW_v17_63.HEX.fw sudo cp your_download_dir/dvb-usb-SkyStar_USB_HD_FW_v17_63.HEX.fw /lib/firmware/dvb-usb-SkyStar_USB_HD_FW_v17_63.HEX.fw sudo chmod 755 /lib/firmware/dvb-usb-SkyStar_USB_HD_FW_v17_63.HEX.fw


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The problem starts here: linuxtv.org/patch/13647 Where the correct firmware is stored on the web is not something I have yet discovered. In Mint 14 an even earlier firmware version is default. Where it goes is: lib/firmware Kirby


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So, I looked up the TV adapter model KW-PC134-A you mentioned ( http://global.kworld-global.com/main/prod_in.aspx?mnuid=1248&modid=6&prodid=1542&flag=1 ) I'll have to say the chances are slim, I had the USB version of the Kworld TV adapters and they are mostly aimed at Windows users. I'll suggest perhaps looking into the Hauppage models, they ...



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