[mythtv-users] NOVA-T Hauppauge testing to see if my card is working

Stephen Kitchener stephen at g6dzj.demon.co.uk
Tue Aug 23 11:03:18 UTC 2005

On Tuesday 23 Aug 2005 09:18, Julian Edwards wrote:

Hi Julian,

> On Mon, August 22, 2005 23:45, Stephen Kitchener said:
> > I did this - no change at all  :-(
> >
> > I get the same messages in dmesg
> The only other thing that I can suggest is that you get hold of the source
> code for linux-dvb.  There's a script in there that loads *all* of the
> dvb-related modules.  I had to do this to get my card working, and then I
> used rmmod by trial an error to get rid of the ones I didn't need.
> J

Is that a special version of the kernel or a package ??


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The Man Who Almost Invented The Vacuum Cleaner
	The man officially credited with inventing the vacuum cleaner is
Hubert Cecil Booth.  However, he got the idea from a man who almost
invented it.  
	In 1901 Booth visited a London music-hall.  On the bill was an
American inventor with his wonder machine for removing dust from carpets.
	The machine comprised a box about one foot square with a bag on top.
After watching the act -- which made everyone in the front six rows sneeze
-- Booth went round to the inventor's dressing room.
	"It should suck not blow," said Booth, coming straight to the
point.  "Suck?", exclaimed the enraged inventor.  "Your machine just moves
the dust around the room," Booth informed him.  "Suck?  Suck?  Sucking is
not possible," was the inventor's reply and he stormed out.  Booth proved
that it was by the simple expedient of kneeling down, pursing his lips and
sucking the back of an armchair.  "I almost choked," he said afterwards.
		-- Stephen Pile, "The Book of Heroic Failures"

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