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  1. Thread: dvb-t

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    [ubuntu] Re: dvb-t

    See http://linuxtv.org/hg/~anttip
    The "ec168" branch seems to no longer exist. Perhaps it was merged to main linuxtv branch, maybe even mainline Linux kernel?
  2. [all variants] Well, that was fast...

    To answer my own question, RingTFM (man exports) reveals the option "crossmnt" - just add it to options in /etc/exports, and voilą! :)
  3. [all variants] NFS - exporting multiple FS with single line?

    Hi,
    I'm using my home server to netboot into live CDs. To summarize that article, netbooting a liveCD system involves passing an NFS host:/path in kernel's command line, which is subsequently...
  4. Re: AF9015 usb tv tunner stops locking channel after a while

    Works for me OotB.
  5. Thread: Af9015

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    Re: Af9015

    Is Natty still distributed with the older firmware? Try and get version 5.1 (search this thread, or use google; backup ubuntu's stock firmware!)

    This may or may not be the problem. The stick we've...
  6. Thread: Af9015

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    Re: Af9015

    Install? You mean 'run', I hope? It always does, lsusb simply lists USB devices visible to the system - whether the system can use the devices is not relevant to lsusb.
    Start with the basics - is...
  7. Re: AF9015 usb tv tunner stops locking channel after a while

    If you meant to ask about the firmware version, that is displayed in kernel messages when you insert the tuner:


    On a separate note, the issue seems to have been fixed in natty's 2.6.37-12...
  8. Re: AF9015 usb tv tunner stops locking channel after a while

    Ah, good to know I'm not the only one having this problem. Unfortunately, I don't know how to fix this. At best, it's sufficient to unplug/re-plug the tuner in my case, maybe unload the modules. I've...
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    [all variants] [natty] Can't spin down HDDs

    At first I thought /etc/hdparm.conf isn't being applied, but apparently I can't even spin the drives down manually - hdparm -y does nothing at all, hdparm -Y seems to put the link rather than the...
  10. Thread: dvb-t

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    [ubuntu] Re: dvb-t

    That looks like the driver's never being loaded - as if it wasn't recognized :-\ It looks like the combination of EC168+MXL5003 is supposed to work. Don't know if it's in the mainline yet, according...
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    [SOLVED] Re: smplayer doesn't play the same as mplayer

    This is known bug in lavf demuxer which I ran into some time ago.
    It was already fixed upstream but oh well... You can either have smplayer instruct mplayer not to use lavf, or do what I did - get a...
  12. Thread: dvb-t

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    [ubuntu] Re: dvb-t

    Run tailf /varl/log/kern.log, (re-)plug the tuner and post the output here. Post the dongle's USB-ID.
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    [SOLVED] Re: smplayer doesn't play the same as mplayer

    Try playing it with commandline mplayer and add '-vid 0' to the command. See if it plays.
  14. [all variants] 3D movie watchers - what's your CPU usage?

    Hey there.

    I recently stumbled upon a couple of 3D videos and wanted to check them out with my bog-standard anaglyph glasses. Much to my dismay, my C2D running @ 1.6 GHz (which has no problems...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Flac to Ogg script

    Not quite, the resulting bitrate will be affected by acoustic complexity of the recording, frequencies contained, etc so there's no clear quality-to-bitrate mapping. For an extreme example, encoding...
  16. [all variants] Re: Command line for converting .flac files to .ogg

    Have a look at dir2ogg. Preserves tags! :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Flac to Ogg script

    You might want to check out dir2ogg. It supports setting the quality (the relation between quality and bitrate is somewhat complicated depending on the source material) which IME works better than...
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    [kubuntu] Re: batch convert mp3 to ogg

    One package: dir2ogg :)
    Stumbled upon this while searching for mp32ogg replacement :)
  19. Poll: Re: "Sent from Ubuntu" poised to become default Evolution signature in 10.10

    Deleting an unwanted line from a message you're writing is now considered difficult?? How did the user manage to power up the computer, let alone log in? :rolleyes:

    What I'm seeing is that much of...
  20. Poll: Re: "Sent from Ubuntu" poised to become default Evolution signature in 10.10

    Before anyone points out that Evolution, a real mail client, is not webmail: true, but Opera's email client has had a pre-set signature probably since it existed:

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    Using Opera's revolutionary...
  21. Thread: Af9015

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    Re: Af9015

    I think those are different branches (obvioously, the directory structure is pretty much the same, the differences will be in the code/ extra files). The TDA one was made specifically to make this...
  22. Thread: Af9015

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    Re: Af9015

    Oh, right, I forgot - the makefile is in the tda18218 directory, so cd into it before running make. This directory will appear in whatever directory you're working in when you run hg clone (if it...
  23. Thread: Af9015

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    Re: Af9015

    I suggest you try the new branch - I haven't tried it on lucid as I don't use it, but it works quite well on my debian squeeze which also uses 2.6.32 kernel.

    $ hg clone...
  24. Thread: Af9015

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    Re: Af9015

    There's been a branch aimed at getting TDA18218 to work - check it out here - haven't checked it out and the TODOs in the code suggest it's not quite ready yet.
  25. Thread: WAP Crashing

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    [all variants] Re: WAP Crashing

    In that case I have no idea. Could be a driver issue (nothing suspicious in kern.log?) I suggest increasing hostapd's log verbosity and/or taking a tcpdump (wireshark capture) on the router or either...
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