[mythtv-users] ALSA Problem?

Scott Pouliot spouliot at scpsoftware.net
Thu Jan 1 02:34:02 EST 2004

It was originally set to auto-detect, but I've done a bunch of stuff since
then....so I guess it's worth a shot to swap back.  I'm conviced it's just
bttv not working correctly with my card.  I put it in a Windows box and got
sound....so it seems as though the hardware itself is OK.

I'm just stabbing in the dark too Jarad....and my flashlight is kind of dim

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[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Jarod C. Wilson
Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2003 4:09 PM
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Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] ALSA Problem?

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Sorry for the delay, this one got buried...

On Friday 26 December 2003 12:00, Scott Pouliot wrote:
> Maybe this will help?  Here's a copy of modules.conf from my RH 9 box. 
> I've tried changing the bttv tuner type to all sorts...mainly the 
> bt878 chipset cards...all seem to have the same affect thus far.  I 
> think this card is relatively new, but not too sure.
> This is what the box says:
> V-Stream Xpert TV-PVR PCI  (Model #:  VS-TV878RF)  Made by Kworld 
> Computers

What happens if you don't manually specify the tuner and card types in
modules.conf? Perhaps one of the types is off... Hopefully, you've already
got it fixed, and I'm writing for naught, since I'm just taking a shot in
the dark. :)

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