On Friday 16 February 2007 11:51, Justin Mason wrote:
| Gavin McCullagh writes:
| > On Thu, 15 Feb 2007, Pete McEvoy wrote:
| > > 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...
Can someone point me at information as to what the story is on DVB-T here?
Particularly with reference to Linux compatible kit. I know there has
been some mention of it before, but I never followed it up.
| > Greater detail on this would be extremely cool (what hardware,
| > software). I've always wanted to do it, but have never been sure if
| > NTL had some way to make it impossible/difficult.
| Yeah, I'm curious too -- eventually I'll have to replace my
| over-the-air Mythbox setup with something DVB-ish, and I'm already
| missing being able to record stuff from Film Four, BBC4 etc.
Is Chorus doing something different? We're currently on the analogue
cable, but when I asked about the digital option, they were making
antenna type noises. Ultimately I want some sort of solution which allows
me to do what I do at the moment on analogue, namely watch one thing and
--- Paul Mc Auley Hurewitz's Memory Principle:
-- paulmc at peema.org The chance of forgetting something is
- directly proportional to... to... uh.....
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