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Thread: 4.2.3 available (11th November)

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgilani View Post
    If you have an arrangement with Hauppauge to get Linux drivers for HD-PVR-2 for use with NPVR on Linux, you'll be an absolute legend.
    Nope, afraid not. I couldn't tell you if this (or other HDPVR type devices) will be supported on Linux - not something I've even thought about. Possibly, for these types of devices where drivers do exist, but it's not a combination that is very high on my priority list. Other more widely used tuners types will be targeted first.

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    Hi sub,

    I think it won't be long after release before a separate forum for V5.x release and even ones for different platforms like Linux to avoid cluttering the support forum with different issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintdiesel View Post
    Those are non standard app driven which not a true driver it a user space driver and are not V4L2 compatible and those driver where most likely written by Kernel Labs the maker of HDPVRCapture and only one that is 100% compatible is very first HD-PVR model 1212.
    There always this MythTV wrapper around the Hauppauge HD-PVR2/Colossus2
    Source code is in tgz but body has rewritten them

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    Nope, afraid not. I couldn't tell you if this (or other HDPVR type devices) will be supported on Linux - not something I've even thought about. Possibly, for these types of devices where drivers do exist, but it's not a combination that is very high on my priority list. Other more widely used tuners types will be targeted first.

    Cool, no worries. In case you don't have a beta tester using HDPVR-2, I'm happy to volunteer. There have always been stability issues with it and NextPVR when using ac3 audio, and channel changes are slow. Hoping we can fix things up a bit in the new version.

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    I was using v3.72 on WinXp. This version took several minutes to
    sync A/v, up to several minutes.

    My GoTo was Hauppauge WinTv8 since it would eventurally sync after
    several restarts.

    I installed win7-64 and NextPVR 4.2.3. A/V sync was immediate when
    the program was displayed.

    I had a problem initially where viewing would "hang" for a few
    seconds about once an hour. On the third hour the system crashed
    and left a brief message about the video driver.

    I rebooted and the crash occured again at the third hour but no to
    rebooting on it's own.

    I removed "Classic Shell" and I havent had a crash since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewie View Post
    I was using v3.72 on WinXp. This version took several minutes to
    sync A/v, up to several minutes.

    My GoTo was Hauppauge WinTv8 since it would eventurally sync after
    several restarts.

    I installed win7-64 and NextPVR 4.2.3. A/V sync was immediate when
    the program was displayed.

    I had a problem initially where viewing would "hang" for a few
    seconds about once an hour. On the third hour the system crashed
    and left a brief message about the video driver.

    I rebooted and the crash occured again at the third hour but no to
    rebooting on it's own.

    I removed "Classic Shell" and I havent had a crash since.
    It is well know it best to say away from Windows Shell Replacement with Windows XP on words unlike with Windows 9x and 2000

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    Quote Originally Posted by shspvr View Post
    It is well know it best to say away from Windows Shell Replacement with Windows XP on words unlike with Windows 9x and 2000
    Just to avoid confusion NextPVR 4.2.3 doesn't support XP anyway.

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    Just to avoid confusion NextPVR 4.2.3 doesn't support XP anyway.

    Martin
    That maybe true but that not what I was refer Martin

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    One thing I'm testing now is the HDHomeRunDVR process on a QNAP, which BTW is Linux. Would NextPVR install on a QNAP as well? As far as the FrontEnd, I have an NVIDIA Shield, and would be willing to use that with NPVR or KODI, just haven't gotten that far yet.
    So if you need a QNAP tester, I'd be willing to give it a go.
    thanks for your continued development Sub.
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