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Y 4.1.x/4.2.x ATI TV Wonder ? ? ? ? ? ? To top it off, ATI then gets eaten up by AMD in the last year or so and now they basically drop support for all of their older products, (and some you will have to adjust the make and cflags options according to your own hardware (CPU)! I would like to know what version of Linux would have native support for this card with multimedia functionality and where I can get a tv program with auto record ability. http://tbapplication.com/ati-all/ati-all-in-wonder-linux-drivers.html

If you don't recompile your kernel very often then the way outline above works fine. Anyone? This process if fairly straightforward. A new unique battery in every new cell phone so a replacement costs $69, instead of a generic for $20, or laptop batteries that are unique for $99 instead of a https://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/ATI/AMD

I don't want to guess which specific chips have which specific graphics features supported and twiddle endlessly with xorg.conf files to get things to work half-way. Error 1005 Ray ID: 3590c86d011a0779 • 2017-05-03 05:22:30 UTC Access denied What happened? ATI.2 drivers Please note that it is possible to install the ATI.2 drivers as binaries so that you don't need to go through compiling XFree86. However, more than any other type of operation, video capture requires that you have a fairly new system with gobs of RAM.

Here are the relevant portions of my modules.conf file which are for a Yamaha DX-G-somthing-or-other onboard sound card: alias char-major-116 snd
above snd-ymfpci snd-pcm-oss
post-install snd-ymfpci alsactl restore
alias sound-slot-0 snd-ymfpci
About this HOWTO This is quick and dirty guide for installing and running the GATOS ATI drivers and related video applications for Linux. I had time to go in to Manhattan from Brooklyn, visit a couple of shops, come back on the subway again (the 'F' train, no less) and it was still compiling. On the All in Wonder this is done using the dongle that has a line-out jack (looks like a headphones jack).

You have been warned. KM allows you to capture video via your ATI card. I did look.. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Working in Linux by Garibaldi3489 / January 25, 2007 10:10 AM PST In reply to: Same problem (ATI AIW 9600) Mepis probably will

Kernel Configuration The instructions here assume that you're using a Radeon, but it should be possible to simply substitute the appropriate ATI module if you're using a different ATI card (such If you aren't running the latest kernel, I'd suggest updating to at least 2.4.17 (the newest as of this writing). With this combination I was able to jump straight to the DRM section (after installation the kernel source from RPM) and proceed from there. I never got anything to work right.

At this point, if you built your kernel with the ATI Radeon module set to 'M' (instead of 'N') you should be able to test your installation using the default ATI official site Their "legacy" driver has NEVER worked. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - re by Garibaldi3489 / January 26, 2007 6:57 AM PST In reply to: Working in Linux I got rid of my ATI box and I haven't figured out how to get it back despite installing *drak* from rpmfind.net.

This page is designed to serve as a companion for those who find the GATOS documentation intimidating or hard to follow and it is by no means a substitute for reading A third way, suggested by Lars Hugentobler, is to use 'N' for the Radeon module in the kernel config, and then place the radeon.o module in lib/modules/kernel-version/misc. Again, much of this hardware is sitting in powerful, very usable, relatively new laptops and users, like me, want to actually upgrade to Ubuntu 9.04 Desktop on my Lenovo T60 with This page has been accessed 54,597 times.

Any ideas? This prepares the source code. Y 4.2.x Radeon 8500 ? ? ? ? ? ? I want Compiz to be usable.

It worked 100% in WindowsXP which led me to the conclusion that the card is not supported in Linux yet. I am not trying to be a jerk. DRM Kernel You're now ready to replace the XFree86 DRI modules with those from the GATOS project.

This software is not intended to support most recent ATI AIW Radeon.I don't know how recent "most recent" is, but this is probably your best chance for success considering that ATI

I swear. Note that if you have Video For Linux set up as a module, then you will need to first insert the v4l module using the following command: /sbin/modprobe videodev Installation goes SuSE 9.2 Install the kernel-source packet on top of the regular kernel. Further details are on the AMD homepage.

Recording through MythTV is currently NOT possible. Can't the cards just freakin' work right in the first place or at least be able to update properly the most basic features with what should rightfully be a no-headache/no-brainer to Anyways lspci -vnn shows the card is recognized and from what I've read elsewhere it means its installed but the firmware is not there... 05:01.0 Multimedia controller [0480]: ATI Technologies Inc ALSA Sound was the biggest headache for me.

Here is the description:ATI All-in-Wonder TV capture softwareThe General ATI TV and Overlay Software (GATOS) suite forcapturing video. Simply substitute Rage 128 wherever you see me using the Radeon module. It is way beyond the scope of this page to go over compiling and installing a kernel, but even if you've done this before there are still a few gotchas to Some people have to get REAL WORK done.

Contents 1 Notable ICs 2 Devices 2.1 Analog devices 2.1.1 ATI graphic cards with TV tuners or capture facilities 2.2 Digital devices 3 External links 3.1 Forum threads Notable ICs Digital I can be stuck on an older distro that will quickly become outdated, pray that ATI gets their act together and properly supports my chipset, or get another laptop and never Rage Mobility (M3/Rage 128) ? I just installed the Hauppauge WinTV-HVR 950Q on my MythTV server on 9.10 and it was pretty straight forward.

tar -xzvf tcl8.4.2-src.tar.gz cd tcl8.4.2/unix/ (assuming that you're on Unix/Linux) ./configure make make install (no make test that I can find) Same for tk8.4.2-src.tar.gz. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Although I can't write the firmware I can help with testing, docs or anything else. I hear that K\Ubuntu has a Gatos(ati driver package) specifically for the AIW, but I haven't been able to get it to work.Your best bet for the ATI TV Input is

Hardware My installation platform was a Dell XPS T450 (PIII at 450 MHz) with the Radeon All in Wonder 32MB AGP card running at 2x. If you've had to make changes to your kernel config, at this point you'll need to reboot your machine to take advantage of the changes you've made. My ATI is a Radeon, so I guess I will have to find a Radeon driver somewhere.This is the part that worries me:ffmpeg is tricky to configure! Tag Cloud Administration Community Events Hardware Linux Linux New Media Linux Pro Magazine Mobile Programming Software Ubuntu Web Development Windows free software open source What: Where: Country:FranceGermanyItalyThe NetherlandsSpainPolandUnited KingdomAustriaDenmarkBelgiumCzech RepublicMexicoIndiaColombia About

For me its a reason to buy never a product of them anymore, because I dont want this to happen again.