On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 5:01 PM, VDR User <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 9:37 PM, Alex Betis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > You're saying that kernel provided by distributors (Fedora 10 in my case)
> > not tuned for desktops?
> > Interesting... Will try that after I'll try moving back to 1.7.0.
> I'm not agreeing that tweaking your kernel will help channel tune
> times because I don't know. I can just confirm that your times seem
> excessive. I don't know if this helps but I'm using Debian testing
> with a v4l tree from 2008-09-17 (pre-s2api mess), VDR-1.7.1, and
> kernel 184.108.40.206. I don't use a stock kernel, I've compiled my own
> containing only what I need. If you think it will help, I'll be more
> then happy to send you my .config to try.
Did some tests, without conclusive results so far.
Upgraded to xine-lib 1.2 from hg - same results (both for xine and
Tried to compile softdevice 0.5, but it doesn't work with current ffmpeg
(also from SVN not long ago).
Tried softdevice from CVS, now it compiles, but crashes. I still prefer
external frontend, but want to know what cause the delay...
Compiled now 220.127.116.11 kernel with desktop preemptive model (I think it was
the default by th way) - same results.
VDR User, I will be mor than happy to see your .config to compare with mine,
maybe I've missed something.
My next step would be to move to 1.7.0, but I suspect it will not help since
Goga777 reports the same problem...
Goga, you're with S2API drivers, right? Halim and Morfsta, how about you?
VDR User doesn't use S2API drivers...
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