nufan_wfk at yahoo
Feb 12, 2003, 9:44 AM
Post #2 of 2
Thanks for volunteering.
Not much to being a tester really, just run the code
and let us know if anything is wierd, crashes, sounds
I'm in NTSC-Land, so there will probably be lots of
little pal-specific stuff that i'll miss. Does your
card have a scart or regular video in/out?
ideally, set your box up as dual-boot (windows/linux).
Have you ever used loadlin? We have some tricky things
to try and learn from the windows driver.
i have gcc 3.2 (stock redhat 8.0), so i know it works
on that. Up to you really.
--- "Ivopol, Alex [SMTP:Alex.Ivopol [at] m-co]"
<Alex.Ivopol [at] m-co> wrote:
> I just received my Hauppauge PVR250 yesterday and
> after some googling around
> I found the ivtv project here at sourceforge.
> I gladly volunteer as a tester since I understand
> you are looking for one.
> I have not yet installed the card (busy with some
> other prjoects and real
> life) but this will be rectified shortly.
> What would be the most useful setup for testing ?
> Currently my only working linux is in a VMWare
> virtual machine :) I normally
> run XP but I have a spare box where I can install
> linux on. I can do RedHat
> 7.2 or 8.0 quite easily.
> What version gcc should I install ? Any other
> special setup ?
> A little about me: I live in a country that
> broadcasts PAL B/G, I know a
> little about a lot, handy with the soldering iron
> and electronics in
> general, own a digital scope (if any hardware
> probing is required)
> I'm also literate in misc programming languages and
> several flavours of
> assembler (micros and CPUs)
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