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DVB cards on OpenBSD

Contributed by jose on from the more-drivers dept.

Shant writes:
"Bet there are many people looking for a DVB card driver for OpenBSD, a vast Internet search yielded no results to me. Please find an OpenBSD driver for the Skystar-1 DVB receiver card at:

http://www.alloyant.com/dvb/

Other DVB cards soon to follow. Have fun!"

Thanks for the work in getting that device supported!

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  1. By RC () on

    Great to see some video capture capabilities comming to OpenBSD (or just BSD in general). The only TV capture driver I found was FXTV, which only works on older, cheap cards.

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    1. By Jedi/Sector One () j@pureftpd.org on http://www.pureftpd.org

      xawtv works very well with OpenBSD, actually way better than fxtv.

    2. By zil0g () on

      lol who gives a flying ****** ???

      not me obviously :P

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      1. By Anonymous Coward () on

        openbsd-based security camera based on frame differentials. why not use obsd to help your physical security as well as your net security?
        or, use a cam and a lavalamp to get REALLY random numbers (http://www.lavarnd.org/)

      2. By Anonymous Coward () on

        "This driver finally makes it possible for OpenBSD users to benefit from one-way satellite data services"

        DATA SERVICES != video capture in my world. I'm guessing this is more for DirectPC like offerings (well since it's one way I guess it rules out Starband and ilk).

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