[mythtv-users] Problem with TV Out on M2NPV-VM
huffcs at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 3 21:16:04 UTC 2007
Joe White wrote on Tue, 3 Jul 2007 15:02:34 -0400:
I have a similar setup as you do, David. The differences are that I have
a PVR-500 AND PVR-250 and am running Fedora 5. I was unable to use
composite from that motherboard and ended up using S-Video to tolerable
effect. The only problem I have is that pure whites cast a dark(er)
shadow across the screen. This happens both in and out of Myth (
If you like I can forward you my setting when I get home tonight.
Modprobe.conf, xorg.conf and what-not.
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I'm (hopefully) just about to reach a point where I could use helpful hints like your
modprobe.conf, xorg.conf, etc., so *I* for one would really appreciate it if you would
post them to the list.
I am just in the beginning stages of setting up my first FE with this mobo to go
with my existing combination FE-BE system. I am using FC6 for my systems.
I have been dealing with strange quirks like boot up randomly opening with
the text mode screen (equivalent to ctrl-alt-F1) or with the X login screen
(equivalent to ctrl-alt-F7) and also random disappearing PS/2 mouse cursors until
reboot (probably) restores the cursor. I discovered that I was victim of the
i586 vs i686 Fedora Core 6 install bug, so I may have fixed these, but I had had
enough for one weekend. ;-)
I have also run into a stubborn resistance to setting the screen resolution higher
than 800 x 600 on my (temporary, for initial setup) VGA monitor. This, I'm hoping,
is because I haven't yet switched from the open source nv driver to the binary blob
I should mention that I addressed the install bug and tried to fix the resolution bug
by reinstalling with the install command (IIRC):
linux i686 resolution=1280x1024
or at least the correct equivalent. Using the recommended rpm command
(rpm -q --qf="....."), it appears that I got the install bug corrected, but the
resolution command (taken from my install notes on the FE-BE system where it
worked) didn't work on this new system. Sigh. I'm half-convinced that I may have
either a bad sample mobo or this mobo design is not suited to use as a FC6 MythTV
Oh, I almost forgot that, up until just before I gave up for the weekend, the audio
was only coming out on the right channel of known-good unpowered speakers. This,
too, may be/may *not* be fixed.
If anyone has advice for these "ghosts" in the machine, I would also appreciate your
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