[linux-dvb] Nova-T 500 user experience (Juha Ruotsalainen) Re: Nova-T 500 user experience

Pino Gargiulo sventrax007 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 6 17:03:47 CET 2007

On 3/6/07, Eduard Huguet <eduardhc at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I was wondering, does every Nova-T 500 owner (using it on Linux) suffer
> from the USB disconnect malfunction? Or is there someone out there who runs
> > it perfectly? My setup (Ubuntu 6.10 + kernel + latest v4l dvb
> Mercurial) suffers from usb disconnects, and  because of that, kernel
> oopsen.
> >
> > --
> > jussi
> Hi,
>    I've been following this topic on the mailing list without intervining,
> as (AFAIK at least...) I've never suffered this issue. I have a Nova-T 500
> card mounted on a Asus P1-AH2 barebone (AMD-64), running Sabayon Linux
> 64-bit edition and MythTV 0.20.
>    I really can't say if this has never happened, maybe I didn't notice it
> or else I simply don't leave the system enough hours working (with tuning
> activity, I mean...).
> One problem that I do suffer is that I can't detect any channels from
> within MythTV. I need to manually scan them by using dvbscan and then import
> the channels.conf file. Doing so, I can watch all the channels in my area.
> I don't receive any EIT info, though. I wonder if this is because of the
> relatively poor signal in my area or precisely because the channels are
> externally scanned and then MythTV doesn't have all the required info to
> receive EIT data.

What is your experience with suspend (ram and disk)? BTW kaffeine tunes
without issues

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