On Sat, 13 Jun 2009, Paul Mc Auley wrote:
> Can someone give me a pointer to what DVB apps they currently have working?
> In particular for DVB-S.
>> In particular I'm not looking to turn my desktop into a full blown '10 foot'
> unit, preferably a lot of the general features of the set top packages
> support such as time-shift and XMLTV driven programming.
>> At the moment Kaffeine seems to be the most stable, but I'd like to look at
> a couple of alternatives.
>> Also, I'd like to identify some sort of way of recording streams unattended.
> Unfortunately it appears that some of the prime suspects have stagnated more
> than a little.
totem works well for watching DVB-T.
There's a newish GNOME app, called 'Me-TV', which supports recording
(inc scheduled). It's still a little immature, but has promise.
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