Also try running tvtime in a terminal to see what,if any error messages you get. No test for stdrng krng [ 0. USB disconnect, address 16 [ By the way, I am now using Ultimate Edition 2. That is the only thing now I use windoze for. PCI bridge, secondary bus USB disconnect, address 8 [
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USB disconnect, address 17 [ Here is my dmesg, or at least the bit that matters most. I ended up using old sound recorder to do the recording. Thank you once again.
For recording, pulseaudio didnt work for me, and neither was compiling mplayer with radio support. Registered protocol family 1 [ 0.
Here are the outputs. Found 2 processor cores. Device offlined – not ready after error recovery [ This may change the device order for your video devices following a reboot, but ubuntu normally sorts itself out dvbs this one.
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AppArmor initialized [ 0. I started Ubuntu after removing the webcam.
PS2M] at 0x60,0x64 irq 1,12 [ 0. IRQ0 used by override. Registered protocol family 31 [ 0. C Netfilter Core Team [ Should I remove it and try? As for your sound problem, there is an option “mute on exit” you may want to try.
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The hardware info is as follows: Attached scsi generic sg8 type 0 [ I pasted the options command into it and rebooted. USB disconnect, address 14 [ USB hub found [ 0.
Microsoft Joliet Level 3 [ This is the part you are interested in: I was out of home. ACPI bus type pnp unregistered [ 0. Registered protocol family 17 [ 0.
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Have you got a webcam plugged in? Philips Semiconductors Device Flags: Mythtv is simply overkill.
I feel better now. Incidentally, it works just fine in Vista with Mediacenter.