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Okay,
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NooB question - really sort of 2 questions:
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I did search but may not be savvy yet...
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1. Is there any support for the Cat’s Eye USB 3560 device?  Upcoming?
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Seems like a nifty device to hack some how.  See  http://www.vboxcomm.com/product3.htm#4
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Can't find out - does it have onboard hardware to do decoding?
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But price and availability are good here in Chicagoland.  It is $50 at MicroCenter and comes with a SnapStream Firefly remote and receiver (which I think I found the codes for support? - http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/index.php/Snapstream_Firefly )  But it says for Fedora.
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2.  Will the Fedora codes for the SnapStream work in MythBuntu?  Are there any tricks/conversions i have to do?
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Thanks in advance,
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Wan

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level 2

Okay,

NooB question - really sort of 2 questions:

I did search but may not be savvy yet...

1. Is there any support for the Cat’s Eye USB 3560 device? Upcoming?

Seems like a nifty device to hack some how. See http://www.vboxcomm.com/product3.htm#4 Can't find out - does it have onboard hardware to do decoding?

But price and availability are good here in Chicagoland. It is $50 at MicroCenter and comes with a SnapStream Firefly remote and receiver (which I think I found the codes for support? - http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/index.php/Snapstream_Firefly ) But it says for Fedora.


2. Will the Fedora codes for the SnapStream work in MythBuntu? Are there any tricks/conversions i have to do?

Thanks in advance,

Wan