aburden at onegeeksopinion
Mar 18, 2003, 3:48 PM
Reguarding the sound, I found I had to turn off Full Duplex to get it to
work under Mandrake 9.
From: mythtv-users-bounces [at] snowman
[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces [at] snowman] On Behalf Of Bruce Markey
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 2:28 PM
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Two Bonehead Questions
Jeremy Oddo wrote:
> So, I'm building another myth machine and I've run across a couple of
> things. I thought I'd ask the list for a little help :)
> 1. I've install the ms core fonts (http://corefonts.sourceforge.net/)
> and they're working in other apps, but I *still* only have the
> freetype font available under Myth. Anyone know how to get the fonts
> into myth?
The setup wizard doesn't actually look for fonts, it just
lists the one included in the MythTV distribution. You
could try modifying the setting in mysql (after you've
backed up your database ;-).
> 2. I'm having sound problems again. Sound seems to work under
> everything BUT xawtv and myth. Yes, I'm running ALSA. Yes, I have
> turned off artsd. Yes, I have adjusted the volume controls. Yes,
> I've read the myth docs. Yes, I've looked thru the archives. Do any
> Mandrake9 users have any pointers?
Well, then it should work perfectly 8-). I'd start by
checking the patch cable. It should go from the tuner card "out" (not
"remote") to "line in" (not headphone, etc.). Unmute line-in and you
should hear the patched through analog audio from xawtv. If it still
doesn't work and this is a new card for a second system, try swapping it
with the card in the first system to see if the audio on this card is
If both cards work on the first machine but not the second, then the
problem is probably the configuration for the bttv or alsa drivers.
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