[mythtv] Bug ?
quintesse at palacio-cristal.com
Wed Jun 23 08:24:08 EDT 2004
K.R. Foley wrote:
> David wrote:
>> Actually Nicolas I said the *ivtv* dev list :)
>> This is the MythTV development list - not quite the same thing.
>> There is a link on that page I pointed you at.
>> And if that was with 95h then Chris would probably want to see your
>> debug messages even if you then switch to a more stable release for
>> the time being.
>> (and FWIW I usually point people at #71d since that works for me)
>> Nicolas Strina wrote:
>>> In fact someone told me (on mythtv user ml) to come here to post the
>>> problem ;)
>>> So let's try with your version.
> FWIW, I am still using ivtv-0.1.9 when I want stability, with great
> success. Although I sometimes have problems with the encoder not
> working after a cold boot and have to warm boot once or twice, the
> driver is rock solid once loaded properly (runs for weeks without any
> problems, no hangs, slowdowns or other problems, even using OSD
> stuff). I am not sure that a newbie should be starting with any of the
> development versions.
Well, that depends a bit, from my own experience with 0.1.9 I would have
agreed with you up to a couple of weeks ago.... until I bought my second
PVR250 that is, that's when I noticed that the 0.1.9 really doesn't
handle 2 or more cards very well. It would always lock up my system a
few minutes after having started a second recording.
So yes, try 0.1.9 first and if that work for you just stay with it,
otherwise try one of the 0.1.10pre2 ones that people recommend on the list.
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