[mythtv-users] vertical lines from pvr-500
Scot L. Harris
webid at cfl.rr.com
Thu Sep 15 00:17:14 UTC 2005
On Wed, 2005-09-14 at 19:18, Tim Hamer wrote:
> Garry Cook wrote:
> > On 9/14/05, *Scot L. Harris* <webid at cfl.rr.com
> > <mailto:webid at cfl.rr.com>> wrote:
> > On Wed, 2005-09-14 at 16:18, Tim Hamer wrote:
> > >
> > > try the newest unstable drivers from the ivtv site. they might
> > not work
> > > perfectly though, so you might have to try a couple versions.
> > i've been
> > > using .3.7d for a while now with no problems.
> > Thanks for yours and Garry Cook's response.
> > It looks like I have 0.3.7k from ATRPMS. Should I try an older version?
> > At least I know this has worked. Just need to figure out what level of
> > sacrifice I need to make to get it to work. :)
> > I wouldn't recommend going with older drivers, unless you had it working
> > and upgraded, which broke things, then you might want to roll back. The
> > version numbers increment for a reason, things should be getting better
> > with each new version.
> > The only reason that I mentioned my old driver version was because I
> > seem to answer the question 'Is the PVR500 working for anyone' a few
> > times a week. Each time I say something like 'with drivers from about 2
> > months ago', which probably isn't very helpful, so I just wanted to post
> > the actual driver version before someone called me on it.
> yeah, the newest drivers should be fine. my problem was with using the
> rpms. i guess some people get them to work with 150/500s but i couldnt.
Will check out the drivers on sourceforge. Maybe that will work.
Either that or I will have to sacrifice larger animals the machine. And
here I thought the days of making sacrifices to the SCSI chain were
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