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Old 10-14-2006, 08:44 PM   #1
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DVB with Mplayer ??!!


Could any one help me to configure mplayer to play a dvb-s card "Twinhan 1025" I'm all ready have modules loaded in the kernel and play dvb channels with kaffeine . but I don't like kaffeine It hangs more and more, I'd also ask if there is gnome based dvb viewer available ??
 
Old 11-12-2006, 12:25 AM   #2
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Could any one help me to configure mplayer to play a dvb-s card "Twinhan 1025" I'm all ready have modules loaded in the kernel and play dvb channels with kaffeine . but I don't like kaffeine It hangs more and more, I'd also ask if there is gnome based dvb viewer available ??
how far do you get with this from the
command line
or
run

mplayer dvb://
 
  


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