Re: Upgrading from FC4 to current Linux
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Devin Heitmueller wrote:
Hello Bill, On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 5:34 PM, Bill Davidsen <davidsen@xxxxxxx> wrote: <snip>analog apps. I have a bunch of cards (mostly PCI) and several USB dongles, none seem to do S-video under Linux. That's turned out to be more of an issue than I expected as well, I considered feeding the USB to a VM and Windows under KVM, but I really want Windows out!You have boards where the analog RF input works under Linux but the S-video does not? That's a bit surprising given it's usually pretty trivial to make all the inputs work once you get the first one working. Which boards do you have?
Sorry, I didn't say that clearly. Under FC4/FC6 the boards work for both analog and S-video. Under more recent kernels they don't seem to work for either with any application I tried. Applications offer dvb-t dvb-s etc, but don't seem to offer S-video input. Didn't mean to confuse the issue.
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