PVR-150's infrared port...
paul+fbsd at it.ca
Tue Jan 2 13:28:56 PST 2007
On Tue, Jan 02, 2007 at 02:01:46PM -0600, Rick C. Petty wrote:
> I wouldn't recommend either. A recent KnoppMyth would crash very reliably
> on my amd64 box (with PCI-express card) within a few seconds of X starting.
> I was able to boot into VESA 800x600 mode (instead of the nvidia driver)
> and my pvr500 worked precisely 50% of the time, provided the system didn't
> hang (which it did regularly). FreeBSD/i386 and multimedia/pvrxxx work
> perfectly on the same box.
Thanks, that's very good to know. I've been running Myth under various
linuces for a while; after failure to get anything working in FreeBSD in
early 2006, I settled on Knopp R5C7 last spring, with good success on a
Dell Precision-something workstation (2GHz P4) and a generic NV17. The
only problems I had were MythTV-specific and easily solved.
I'll try the FreeBSD option as soon as I pick up an additional disk. :)
Paul Chvostek <paul at it.ca>
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