[mythtv-users] Getting VIA graphics to work, or buy a PVR-350?
christoffer at kjoelbaek.dk
Thu Oct 21 23:28:23 UTC 2004
ons, 2004-10-20 kl. 20:42 skrev Jarod Wilson:
> On Wednesday 20 October 2004 10:52, Maarten wrote:
> > On Wednesday 20 October 2004 11:43, William wrote:
> > > The -350 will have problems playing anything other then a mpeg2 stream so
> > > my suggestion is to buy a graphics card based on a nVidia chipset. My
> > > personal favorite is the FX5200 as the most bang for the buck.
> > Fine except for that the OP specifically said he uses a VIA Epia M10000.
> > Good luck inserting ANY vga card in that board as it has only one slot,
> > which is PCI and obviously in use by the capturecard. So your advice is
> > worthless.
> While I agree it isn't quite the best advice for an EPIA, you *can* have
> multiple PCI cards on these boards with a riser, so it isn't completely
> worthless, just mostly. A better suggestion would be to use the latest
> unichrome stuff, since its getting pretty good. I plan to go down that road
> myself in the near future...
I would really like to use this, but I can find any howtos, that I can
figure out how to use. And, as far as I can se, you need the Epia kernel
Wich I good to work with ivtv drivers, but now I can watch TV or
recordings. I just good this comment from mythfrontend:
2004-10-22 00:35:54 Waited too long for video out to pause
Using mythfrontend --verbose backplaying just give some info about
/dev/nvide0 not found. Which is true, because I don't have any nvida
> > (when will people start reading... sigh)
> And when will people stop giving exasperated replies that aren't entirely
> accurate... :-)
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