[mythtv-users] mythtv playing recording too fast on FC6
dan-tv at danandrachel.net
Wed Mar 21 02:18:43 UTC 2007
I setup my PVR-350 based system fresh with FC6 using Jared Wilson's
guide last month. However, I started having the speed problem on my
system after I ran updates in the first week of March. After reading
messages from Fred and some others and comparing versions and such, it
is clear the problem is with the video4linux kernel module.
Specifically, it is with the atrpms version 20070302-78 of the
video4linux kmdl. I solved the problem by installing the 20061107-77
version of the module. I then ran "/sbin/depmod -a" and rebooted. The
skipping video disappeared and the chipmunks went home. (I'm using
kernel 2.6.19-1.2911.6.5 and ivtv 0.10.1, so those are both fine).
I'm lazy, so I found using the older package easier than compiling
anything as Fred did, but he got me pointed in the right direction.
Thank you everyone,
Fred Firestine wrote:
> 1. Backup your mythconverg database using mysqldump
> 2. Backup your recorded programs
> 3. Install FC6 and yum to the latest kernel
> 4. I discovered at this point I had the FC6 "586" installation bug
> mentioned in Jarod's instructions, so I had to obtain the 686 kernel
> and yum upgrade one more time...
> MythTV Installation:
> 1. Follow Jarod's guide through step 10, until you do
> # yum -y install ivtv-firmware
> # yum -y install ivtv-kmdl-$KVER
> # yum -y install ivtv_xdriver
> Notice I DID NOT install video4linux-kml-$KVER. I have read some
> suspicions by other people on this list that video4linux is causing
> some problems and apparently it is overkill for the purpose of MythTV.
> All that is needed is the saa7127 driver, so I followed the
> instructions here to compile/install it separately:
> I'm still not sure what the problem is; but it seems that avoiding the
> full video4linux install worked for me.
> Thanks everyone for the info on this list! It wasn't easy but I did
> find what I needed from posts past and present.
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