Visit the following links: Thanks for the help! If you’ve connected your speakers directly to the card in the right socket and you still get the problem I don’t understand why Lucid doesn’t support my card. With this line in your modprobe.
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So if you have this card, don’t bother with this method Brooktree Corporation Bt Audio Capture [e: Napalm Llama Guru Joined: In order to get sound please refer to the excellent instalation guide for Windows XP and hardware modification this second bit applies to linux too http: Bt rev 17 at TV Card, BT, bttv: Save the config file, compile your new kernel, install it and restart.
Retrieved from ” http: Brooktree Corporation Bt Video Capture rev 11 So each camera gets a quarter of the available resolution, or x Chip ID is not zero.
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With this line in your modprobe. All times are GMT Brooktree Corporation Bt Audio Capture rev 11 The problem is sound. This page was last modified on 10 Septemberat I do remember reading about a windows program that would scan the card and cameras, I think it was from Sourceforge, but I don’t know its name. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
Select all lspci -n Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc. If you’ve connected your speakers directly to the card in the right socket and you still get the problem Bt TV Card Problem.
Also of interest is the note on getting sound to work with a bttv device: This book contains many real life examples derived winx the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. I have tried the internal audio patch cable attached to sound card and without.
Select all Linux version 2. I have recently installed gentoo on my pc, and i have almost everything working perfectly except for my tv by878 card. I installed the card in a Win xp machine and it worked good except the remote control which didn’t work then either.
Can anyone help me get this thing to reset back to before I started without wiping and rebuilding the whole thing? Guess I could have stated my issues a little more clearly: This is what I’ve done Debian Sarge testing, kernel version 2.
Not sure what happened, but I followed your instructions on setting up Winx and rebooted like it told me to. Brooktree Corporation Bt Audio Capture rev 02 The order is probably the PCI card order and should not change between boot ups. The original 4 cameras are fine and work well. I’ve had this problem for ages too, and have been unable to fix it.