On Thu, Feb 15, 2007 at 05:16:13PM +0000, Niall Walsh wrote:
> Is anyone using DVB here in Ireland on Linux? Any triumphs or horror
> stories? Insights into what you can get your hands on with DVB-C from any
> providers? Experiences with DVB-S feeds (hd bbc anyone or any
> useful/popular or Irish free to air channels I didn't mention)? Any DVB-T
> gotchas with the test broadcasts on Linux? Any strong recommendations for
> vendors who "Do the Right Thing" for DVB-S/DVB-T on Linux?
I know a few people using DVB-C cards with NTL, both in Belfast and
Dublin (they use the same cam files I believe, "purentl")
As i understand it, if you want to go down that route, you need to use vdr,
nothing else works with softcam...
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