LinuxWorld Australia: Linux: Hot and Steamy
Jan 22, 2005, 23:00 (9 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Alastair Cousins)
"Not all digital TV cards are supported by Linux, but the
Hauppauge NOVA-T is. What's more, it's the only one to allow
digital TV streaming across a network.
"Building and installing the drivers is quite a challenge. I
tested the card under Fedora Core 2, but the instructions in this
article will work with most recent distributions. If you're using
Fedora Core 2, you'll need to compile a new non-Fedora kernel, as
the included version lacks a function required by the Hauppauge
driver. For instructions on compiling a Linux kernel, see the
README file included with the kernel source..."