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Old 07-18-2001, 05:14 PM   #1
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TV cards Linux

hello, I want to buy a TV card for my computer, I am running slackware 8.0. I want to know which one to buy and If anyone has gotten it to work. I also dont know what software to use. If anyone knows please help. I want this because I am moving into a small apartment and I cant afford a new TV and I have a 19" monitor and I think it would be perfect to have TV on my computer...hehe. Thanks,
Old 07-18-2001, 05:49 PM   #2
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I've used an ATI All-In-Wonder card since kernel 2.2.14 on SuSE. You need to compile some stuff from source and do some digging. It worked great for me. I've still got the card in the box I'm using right now, but I never got 'round to getting the telly software installed. A combination of no sound card and laziness.


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