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|−|Hello, please help me:) I have DVB - Skystar2 and Fedora 3 (Linux itv 2.6.11-1.14_FC3) |+|
|−|I running DVB and read in dmesg next log... |+|
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|−|PCI: setting IRQ 10 as level-triggered |+|
|−|ACPI: PCI interrupt 0000:00:0b.0[A] -> GSI 10 (level, low) -> IRQ 10 |+|
|−|drivers/ media/ dvb/b2c2/skystar2. c: FlexCopIIB(rev. 195) chip found |+|
|−|drivers/ media/ dvb/b2c2/skystar2. c: the chip has 38 hardware filters |+|
|−|DVB: registering new adapter (SkyStar2). |+|
|−|i2c_readbytes: i2c read error (addr 0a, err == -121) |+|
|−|DVB: registering frontend 0 (ST STV0299 DVB-S). .. |+|
|−|i2c-sis96x version 1.0.0 |+|
|−|sis96x_smbus 0000:00:02.1: SiS96x SMBus base address: 0x1400 |+|
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|−|tcpdump -i dvb0_0 -n -e |+|
|−|# DVB get 50-100 packets and go down |+|
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|−|== KaxTV == |+|
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|−|Should the entry of KaxTV not be removed in the main listing if it is discontinued and now part of Kaffeine? |+|
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Latest revision as of 08:44, 30 September 2013
main page hacked
Main Page was "hacked" by a stupid guy: http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page&oldid=11512
someone should consider taking some actions towards his account.
I would like to say something to that guy:
do you really think you are an hacker just because you changed the main page of a wiki that can be edited by whoever wants?
If you just sit down and think you will realize the real hackers here are all those coders here behind who hack inside closed devices and manage to free them through a gpl driver written from scratch.
Instead of abusing open source communities where nobody has got the power because everybody does have the power (for istance I registered just in order to change back the homepage, exactly as you did to destroy it), focus your efforts on big evil corporations websites: there you can fight against a webadmin and maybe eventually win, but never would you win over a linux community, it's simply too big (and does not code for money)!
Categories articles organization
I just added some trivial categories to the ISDB-T devices pages, but, I have a little trouble. Watching the existing scheme in another standard, for example DVB-T, we can find categories like "DVB-T PCI Cards" in the same name page, but in the "DVB-T PCie Cards" we have the "PCIe" category. There are anything "official" about the procedures of Categories? --howl 01:15, 1 October 2009 (UTC)