[linux-dvb] Writing DVB Software - couple questions

Peter Magellan petermagellan at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 23 01:32:17 CET 2005


>Yeah, I don't think doing some kind of funny scaling in software would

>mean anything in the end - part of the reason that I want to write my

>own app rather than use the windows ones (besides that windows in

>general, and most of the windows dvb software as well, sucks). Correct

>me if I'm wrong, but there doesn't really seem to be a good linux app

>for discovering new channels (I mean PID searching not blind

>searching), storing a chanel list, controlling diseqc, and monitoring

>signal strength, as well as sometimes just watching some TV. The

>windows apps all have good intentions, but they all suck for one

>reason or another.

 

Yeah, and we all know how mega COOL and super stable and perfect the Linux
DVB apps are, right ?

And how Linux *rocks* for drivers for all the dvb stuff out there, and how
you have to waste ur entire life compiling stuff to work properly, right ?

 

Please, if you don't like Windows/etc.. fine, but don't come here trolling
with your bullshit that makes no sense.

Look thru the list, and DVB is a total disaster in linux, in comparison to
Windows.

Windows is not perfect, but it's certainly a better experience than it is
now in Linux.

 

Pete

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