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i'd steer clear or ati cards, as they use a different chipset. haupage cards like the wintvgo uses bt878, buy it, i did. the very newest wintvgo cards use a new chip though, which isn't supported in older kernels. http://bytsex.org/bttv for support details
Hi, actually came here looking for help - Just installed SuSE Linux and it found ALL my hardware AND set it up - including my Leadtek Winfast 2000 XP deluxe (under £50) and it just worked. I had to try 3 sets of drivers to get it to work without crashing the PC in Windows!! (a Eureka moment perhaps?)
There was a discussiona couple of days ago on Slashdot about this same question. I have an ATI All-In-Wonder Pro 128 and it's not terrible, but not great either. The TV looks much better in windows 2000
The posters on Slashdot say that either the Hauppauge PVR-250 or PVR-350 are the best choices, but I've never see it in action.