Girish Venkatachalam wrote:
http://www.dvbshop.net/index.php/cat/c17_Premium-PCI.htmlOn Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 09:58:35AM +0200, Luca Olivetti wrote:En/na Girish Venkatachalam ha escrit:I am looking for a somewhat affordable(whatever that means :-) full featured DVB TV card since that is the only thing supported by vdr apparently. I hear they are above the 150$ range, it is very expensive for me.There are many other options: softdevice, xine, xineliboutput, dxr3. None of them is perfect, but then it seems neither is a FF card.Hi, I think you did not get my question. I am not looking for software. I am looking for a hardware brand and chipset that I can order. I want to make sure that I buy a card that is well supported before I buy. Do you by any chance mean to say that I can buy a budget card and still run vdr? That is also okay by me. Which card do you recommend? Also I wish to view pay channels with it. Please also mention the price and from where I can get it. Thanks. regards, Girish _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr
For encrypted channels this card requires an
optional CI (80€)
K02-SmartCard (15€) from KabelDeutschland.
This combination runs fine here with vdr 1.4.x and drivers from the kernel >= 2.6.12 (e.g. Suse10)
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