[mythtv-users] Install Notes and Questions :FC6 ATI ConexantCX23880
jeremey.wise at agilysys.com
Thu Dec 28 19:13:49 UTC 2006
I have sense fixed a few issues and figured I would post resolution.
1) TV not displaying once the system finishes posting was a sync issue.
Just because I set the Video resolution to 640x480 does not mean that
the "monitor" type can be the refresh rate of my sexy 21" SAMSUNG....
aka.. to fix it .. .set the monitor type to generic CRT at 60hrz refresh
2) Issue with Video card and display pallet was resolved via install of
native NVIDA driver ( PS My original post was confusing as the Video
card is not ATI .. wrong computer... wrong bug posting...sorry for
confusion) The NVidia driver was a bit of a pain as I had to install
kernel-headers and kernel-source via YUM and have it do a compile. After
a quick reboot.. all was well and things display fine.
1) I have yet to get my "bunny ears" to work with my video capture card.
I boot up fine but when I go to play TV it has static. The manufactuer
of the card is ASUS but the chipset is a Conexant CX23880. How do I find
if this card supports "bunny ear style data"? How do I enable the card
to receive this as an input? If this card does not allow "bunny ears"
... what card does with MythTV Support(so I can go purchase it)?
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[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Jon Bishop
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2006 8:46 PM
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Install Notes and Questions :FC6 ATI
On Dec 27, 2006, at 5:02 AM, Wise, Jeremey wrote:
> Greetings. From one Nerd to others.......
Greetings fellow Nerd.
> 3) When I hook my video card up to my TV via the S-Video connection I
> can see the system post, start Linux, and watch the init structure. As
> soon as it goes over to XWindows (aka loads desktop etc) the TV
> seems to
> loose Sync and goes funky. It is likely a video card setting I need to
> fix. Any direction on this? (PS: I can Alt+F1 over to a shell and keep
> working just fine on the TV)
What is happening is that linux has *some* native support for tv out,
but X needs to know about it. That's going to be card specific. Can't
help much with ATI, but I'm sure someone here can. I use an nvidia,
and there's just a few things I had to add to my /etc/X11/xorg.conf
in the device section to tell it what type of display (ntsc vs. pal)
and that is connected through svid. not near my myth, or I'd copy and
paste the lines, but this is from wilsonet.com:
BoardName "nVidia GeForce 4 MX 440"
#Option "RenderAccel" "1"
# TV Out Setup
<----this is what I had to add
Option "TVStandard" "NTSC-M"
Option "TVOutFormat" "SVIDEO"
> That is all. I am so close I can taste live TV!!!! I just need some
> directions to get this thing working..
> Look forward to learning so in time I can 'learn others"..
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