[mythtv-users] HD3000 Problems FC4
H P Ladds
householdwords at gmail.com
Mon Aug 14 13:30:04 UTC 2006
I am running a very similar system -- HD3000 and Kenel 2.6.17-1.2142_FC4. I
too used Jarod's HOWTO.
The HOWTO instructs that mythtv-setup should be run as non-root. I had
success running mythtv-setup as root user. I always had permission issues
running mythtv-setup as non-root. (Other posters had similar experiences).
After the setup is completed, the Frontend(s) may be run as non-root.
Use the DVB configuration settings. The HD3000 setting is no longer
The device /dev/video0 works on my system.
As for Nvidia drivers, I have had success with the the those provided by
the Kernel. However, I am having trouble with Bob 2x and XvMC. I receive
warnings to the effect that the Monitor is not capable of using Xvideo
motion compression. This happens on two different LCD monitors -- so I was
beginning to supect that my drivers for the GeForce FX 5200 card are not up
to date. (This particular card allows for dual head display, so its driver
might be different than those for single head FX 5200). I have not had any
success using this card with two monitors in FC 4 -- only XP <hisss>.
On 8/13/06, Tyler Edwards <nugen101 at comcast.net> wrote:
> I'm trying to set up a remote backend/frontend system with a HD3000 card
> in it and running into trouble. I'm running Kernel
> 2.6.17-1.2142_1.rhfc4.cubbi_swsusp2. When I go into mythtvsetup and try to
> configure the HD3000 there is no option for HD3000 with DVB drivers, the
> only option is HD3000 with V4L drivers. The device that it is picking is
> /dev/video0 and not the /dev/dvb/adatper0/dvr0. I have done a modprobe
> cx88_dvb and it loads fine, but myth can not recognize the device it
> creates, /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0. Myth says can not probe card for inputs. I
> have tried changing all the permissions to 777 so that all have full access,
> but this doesn't seem to help. Is there something I'm missing in the Kernel,
> am I using the wrong kernel? I followed Jarod's guide to set this up and ran
> into trouble with the video drivers and the stock kernel, so I had to enable
> "testing" on atrmps and load the kernel I'm running now to get the nvidia
> drivers to load. Any ideas on what I should try? Let me know if there is
> more information that you need.
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