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Old 04-20-2004, 11:49 AM   #1
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Chaintech DTT-1000 Linux support?


According to the search, no-one has talked about the Chaintech DTT-1000 digi-TV-card, if it works under Linux. Chaintech mentions "Linux (optional)" at their site for supported OS's, yet any more information is nowhere to be found.

Also searched Google several times. Nothing. Does anyone have this card? Does it work with the 2.6.x-kernels? Does it require it's own drivers, or is it already supported in Linux? Does it work well?

Would get this card, if it really does work with Linux. Just too expensive to buy it for testing, I have no Windows here.

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