made them modules recompiled then editted my modules.autoload and voila!
I gotta go to Barnes&Noble and get a new linux book
|Originally posted by xiphux
bt848 includes bt878.
('BT848 Video for Linux' indicates the bttv.o module - which includes support for bt878. and they're similar enough that you'll often see the two mentioned together as Brooktree 848/878 or bt848/bt878.)
there's some good info in this article: http://linux.omnipotent.net/article.php?article_id=6969
and on the same note, before i forget, if you want to get the remote working with lirc, the type is "AVerMedia TVCapture 98."
|9. Configuring LIRC for tvtime
If you have lirc (Linux Infrared Remote Control) installed on your system you can control tvtime with your remote control. Everything you can do with the keyboard should be possible to do with your remote control.
For .lircrc you need to know that the program name to use is tvtime and the configuration lines that you can use are the commands listed in the previous section.
So, to be able to turn off tvtime with your remote you have to edit your ~/.lircrc to include the following:
prog = tvtime
button = the_one_you_want_on_your_remote
config = quit