[mythtv-users] Intel Clarkdale support in Linux/Myth
smalenfant at gmail.com
Thu May 13 14:53:15 UTC 2010
Thanks David... I had issues with NVIDIA HDMI and could resolve it with some
pulseaudio changes and/or removal of alsa-something-plugin-pulseaudio. But
that doesn't mean Intel HDMI audio is working. Maybe some folks can port
reports if they made it work (I remember your thread).
On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 2:12 PM, David Linville
<dlinvill at networksdown.com>wrote:
> On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 9:01 AM, Steve Malenfant <smalenfant at gmail.com>wrote:
>> There is this Combo available at Frys' again (i3 530 + Gigabyte
>> motherboard for 99$).
>> I'm having a hard time finding if there is good support for the integrated
>> video or not. Last I see is that the GPU hangs, but no sign it was resolved.
>> Anybody using Intel Clarkdale that can share some good success stories?
>> mythtv-users mailing list
>> mythtv-users at mythtv.org
> I am using an i3 530 with a Biostar TH55B as my master backend and an
> ocassionally used frontend.
> When I first installed I was on an early kernel version 2.6.32 with an
> alpha Ubuntu 10.04. This version did not work for video playback. I would
> get constant lockups just loading into X.
> Since then Ubuntu has backported some significant changes from 2.6.33 into
> the release 10.04 kernel labelled 2.6.32-15 or so. Once I updated to this
> version I was able to playback HD and SD mpeg2 (recorded from a pvr250 and
> hdhomerun) with no issues and minimal CPU usage. I am also able to playback
> h.264 encoded files that are less than HD resolution with no issues. I have
> not tested other types of files.
> This is all using the HDMI output to my TV. I have not been able to get
> HDMI audio to work and I've had trouble determining if it because the
> chipset is unsupported or if I am just doing something wrong.
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> mythtv-users at mythtv.org
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