[mythtv] mythtv-cvs viaslice performance?
curtis at stanfordcomputing.com
Sat Jan 24 12:50:22 EST 2004
That happened to me until I realized that a change to the settings.pro file
had resulted in my viaslice option being turned off. That's why the OSD is
blue again. Remove settings.pro and update CVS again then uncomment your
options again. Works for me now.
On January 24, 2004 02:51 am, Jelle Kalf wrote:
> Hi Ivor,
> > The implication is it was working before? with the via binaries? is that
> > the case?
> No, I've never used the via binaries. I only use yours Ivor ;)
> I have a clean CVS backup as of 21-01-2004 and that one worked perfectly.
> Then Yesterday I pulled a 23-01-2004 cvs and that one has a nasty pause
> every 2 seconds. Only noticable difference is I saw a message from Isaac
> floating by he had applied a viaslice patch, and the OSD is blue again.
> Furthermore the 23-01-2004 pull without viaslice does not have the problem.
> > What's your setup?
> Epia M10000n, gentoo linux 220.127.116.11, kernel-2.4.24-epia1-r1, ivtv-0.1.9
> release (not cvs), mythtv-cvs. I'm using a Hauppauge PVR250 at full pal
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