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:Hi Jim, I'm good (just very busy).  Thanks again for the cat. work!  A nice little project would be to implement graphical boxes for stub pages or needs expanding etc type features like wikipedia and other wikis employ.  Examples:
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CityK 19:46, 3 February 2007 (CET)

Spent a bunch of time last night and this morning creating and rearranging ATSC devices stuff. There is a LOT of work that could be done.

CityK 01:02, 5 February 2007 (CET)

I got to find a WYSIWYG wiki editor, else using code takes me ages

CityK 08:23, 7 February 2007 (CET)

made a mess of the categories tonight ... will clean that whole thing up soon. Started with the renaming and relinking of the DVB pages ... a lot more work than I thought. Oh well, it will be nice to have a consistant look and nomenclature across the board.

Definitely several months of work to get this thing ship shape!

JGXenite 14:25, 20 April 2007 (CEST)

Hi CityK,

Sorry about that :(. I'll make my changes to Mplayer now.

JGXenite 14:56, 21 April 2007 (CEST)

No worries with the countries thing - I thought it would make more sense moving it to channels.conf, as that is the correct file name. I then decided to make a "Europe" sub-category as there were quite a few European entries. I've also contributed one for United Kingdom (Sheffield) detailing my experience with setting it up :).

howl 00:01, 27 July 2007 (CEST)

I like the look of the page that you purpose and also i think that this can benefit a lot for people who only want information, actual desing is more confuse.

Thanks Howl. If you did not see the message previously, here is a (more-or-less) recent status report: --CityK 07:03, 27 July 2007 (CEST)
I like a lot the idea and also the Nick Andrew's one in the reply of making a database. I don't know if there is a system to integrate a SQL db style like MySQL in wiki but if it exists it could be a powerful tool that will help to test different templates for the devices pages making the data independient of the style. --howl 01:08, 30 July 2007 (CEST)
I do too, but I have no idea (or time to investigate, let alone implement) about a db in a wiki ... maybe in the future --CityK 19:14, 30 July 2007 (CEST)

Specto 20:34, 2 January 2008 (GMT)

Hi CityK,

I noticed that you reverted my additions to the "How_to_install_DVB_device_drivers" page of the Linux TV Wiki.

I just wondered why you decided to do this ?

Thinking about it in more detail I realise the statements I added might well have been wrong in which case I apologise for polluting otherwise clear instructions.

I am a bit of a Linux-newbie and was finding with v4l enabled within the kernel (configured from menuconfig) and trying to use the latest v4l sources I received a large number of warnings in dmesg output (something about the kernel defining symbols which the modules did as well). A reboot did not remove these errors. I fixed this by disabling v4l in my kernel and rebuilding it before proceeding to the 'make install' phase. (Drivers for my device already existed within the kernel but I need to use the newer ones which supported the remote control).

Hi Spectro ... yes, it was just a case of being that the statements were incorrect -- what you had written shouldn't be necessary, and what is outlined in the Hg instructions is all that is required (make, make install, make unload, modprobe drivers). That said, I believe that there was an error in the driver set from last week or so -- I remember seeing a number of postings on the m/l, and also on the irc channel, about errors similar to the ones you encountered. But that's what you have to expect with the bleeding edge -- from time to time, regressions unfortunately crop up/get introduced. In any regard, I think those problems have likely been amended now. As an aside, when I rolled back the article from your edit to the previous state, I forgot to note a reason (like: "inaccurate statement" or whatever), and hence that's why a comment/explanation is missing in the article's history feature for the rollback or from the wiki's list of "recent changes" feature. --CityK 17:04, 4 January 2008 (CET)

Bpringlemeir 06:26, 27 November 2008 (CET)

Do you have a place to put module parameters. Ie, proc/module/tuner/parameter/ntsc can be one of M,J,K setting special frequency bands for user in ???, Japan and Korea. Case doesn't matter.

Hi Bpringlemeir ... Some parameters might already be documented in some of the articles remaining in the old V4L wiki (; perhaps in one of the tuner articles or in the chip interface (i.e. bt878 etc etc) articles. All these articles will be transfered into here in the near future. There are also the duplicate articles for some of the interface chipsets found here, in this wiki.

howl 20:52, 31 December 2008 (CET)

C'mon man, take a rest, is the last day of the year :)

Ah, but I had! (The wiki is on Grenwich MT. I'm on -5GMT, so the edits you saw were from the day prior)

Hlangos 10:16, 7 April 2009 (CEST)

Hi there, could you remove DVB-T_USB_Devices_Table ? It doesn't add any information, and the information it duplicates from DVB-T_USB_Devices is not more readable or more accessible.

I'll archive the page...its a shame that person elected to create a new page instead of working on the original, as they likely spent some time on it. Oh well.
Same goes for MSI_Digi_VOX_mini_II_v3.0 . I Informed the author about MSI_DigiVox_mini_II_V3.0 , asked him to add his information there and to ask one of the wiki admins to remove his new page. pity... --Hlangos 15:07, 13 April 2009 (CEST)
Doh! Thanks. I haven't anything from them yet. I'll see about cleaning it up soon, otherwise.--CityK 04:41, 17 April 2009 (CEST)

Also, you seem to have removed the DVB_USB page a while back but the Talk:DVB_USB page still exists. It only contains a redirect, but so did DVB_USB. So how about getting rid of that artifact, too?

DVB_USB got moved to DVB_via_USB. When you use the wiki's "move" feature on an article, the old page automagically gets set up as a redirect to the new page -- similarly with the associated article Talk page. I then deleted the DVB_USB page (as I don't like to have useless redirects cluttering up the wiki's index), but obviously forgot to also delete the Talk:DVB_USB page...its gone now. --CityK 20:16, 12 April 2009 (CEST)
Thanks! BTW: Is there a way to make redirect pages invisible for the index without deleting them? They might still be useful for old links from the outside.. --Hlangos 15:07, 13 April 2009 (CEST)

TechniSat AirStar USB / Air2PC DVB USB link on DVB-T USB Devices

A long time ago you added this to the "supported" section:

The article itself says the device is still not working properly. Can you confirm it is supported? --Hlangos 12:37, 28 April 2009 (CEST)

Hi Henrik, I believe that the original device did indeed work (if IIRC, Patrick added suppport for it), but I think that are a couple of different revisions (i.e. differing slightly by tuner and/or demod), and that the later revisions were problematic at some point....I really have no idea otherwise about the current support status

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Thanks for the extra privileges! I'm pretty much finished with categories; most of the remaining pages are incomplete with regard to their interface and whether they are analogue or digital etc. Is there anything else that needs attention that I could have a look at? I've had a look at your user page and that all seems in hand.

Hope you're well



Hi Jim, I'm good (just very busy). Thanks again for the cat. work! A nice little project would be to implement graphical boxes for stub pages or needs expanding etc type features like wikipedia and other wikis employ. Examples:
--CityK 02:04, 11 May 2009 (CEST)
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