[mythtv-users] Some more questions...
greener at charter.net
Thu Dec 2 02:23:43 UTC 2004
I'm using FC2. FC3 didn't go that far (I tried it about a week before you
updated to the FC3 docs) - and I wasn't sure if my problems were related to
FC3 or not, so I figured I had nothing to lose and went "back" to FC2.
The LIRC is working now - somebody posted the "new grey" Hauppauge remote
configuration, and that worked for me. (Thanks, by the way!)
I've set the screen size to 640x400-ish in the Myth configuration screens
and have been messing with the offset in an attempt to shift the picture
fully onto the picture. I don't see enough information to even know what
the prompts are.
Is there some trick to activate the offsets? I see the numbers, but they
don't seem to be having any effect. There are other checkboxes on the page
but I cannot read them since they're far enough off the screen to mask a few
words. I've tried both positive and negative offsets just in case.
I think I've got other issues, but I'm not confident that the configuration
has been done correctly since I don't see part of the configuration text.
Thanks for any info!
From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org
[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Jarod Wilson
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2004 10:47 PM
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Some more questions...
On Tuesday 30 November 2004 20:07, Rob Greene wrote:
> I've gotten closer with setting up MythTV and the PVR-350. My X display
> on the TV, at least!
FC2 or 3?
> However, there are two problems I still haven't figured out (up to this
> 1. lirc doesn't work - I've sent that to the lirc list. (Just bummed.)
I helped set up a fresh(ish) FC3 box today, had zero problems getting lirc
work after adding a udev rule.
> 2. I took the suggested xorg.conf at mythtvology, but I don't see the
> borders of my screen. It looks like the resolution is at 720x480. Any
> suggestion for how to "tune" myself to a good resolution? (That's "tune"
> as in figure out good resolution as well as setting the resolution.) I'm
> coming in via RCA right now. I may end up going through the S-Video cable
> later. My only connectors up-front are RCA, and I really don't want to
> move out the TV until I'm ready to settle stuff in.
The 350's output can't do anything but 720x480 (for ntsc, 720x576 for pal),
and there's no control of overscan. That's as good as it gets right now.
Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
jcw at wilsonet.com
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