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Jul 30, 2012, 5:33 PM
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I haven't bought it and that information is really not available unless I
Re: DAB+ Support in MythTV or another Linux GUI?
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Never the less, you have provided me with a few tips about purchasing a
suitable DAB+ usb stick. I'm not sure if there is any point if there isn't
a HMI / GUI available yet.
Cheers Anyway :)
On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 2:29 PM, Andrew Leech <coronasensei [at] gmail>wrote:
> On 27/07/12 2:31 PM, Andrew Hughes wrote:
>> Hi Guys,
>> Just found a DAB+ usb stick (this is what we Australian's need) with
>> Linux drivers. However, I can't find any HMI or GUI applications for this
>> device if/how can I connect it to MythTV or another Linux GUI app?
>> I second your call, I'd love some dab+ support in mythtv.
> First requirement, what chipset's your dab+ stick running on?
> Not a Realtek rtl2832/rtl2838 by any chance? Its linux drivers handle
> dvb-t fine, but didn't support dab/dab+ last time I looked. I think it may
> be possible to use dab/dab+ through the gnuradio system, but haven't got
> around to trying that yet.
> Otherwise if it's different hardware with known dab drivers/cmd line
> tools, excellent. Let us know what it's called and what software you do
> have, and can work from there. It may be relatively easy to whip up a page
> on mythtv that calls the required cmd line scripts to tune/play as a simple
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