I managed to get this to work This is the relevant bit of output from dmesg:. Well, that is not what the package spec says Email Required, but never shown. I verified mine is a V3.
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KWorld – LinuxTVWiki
Please try to find out what version you have and have a look at these packages to get this working:. Rinzwind k 28 Well, that is not what the package spec says Once the scan is complete, highlight all channels found ksb the right-hand box Scan Results or all that you would like to save then click Add Selected and those channels will then appear in the left-hand box called Channels Hit OKAY to get out of “Channels” window and you will return to Kaffeine Digital TV window with your selected channels appearing in the left margin column.
But of course my box is USB 2. As of Ubuntu 8. I have the terminal output if anyone needs it? Product page here lsusb output: Therefore, I will change the status of this question to solved. Stick the stick into your PC with Ubuntu loaded up, open a terminal and check the following post the out put back here Code:.
It has 1 USB 3. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
Just save the above to a text-file say recordvideo. Originally Posted by frontline Ubuntu Edit question Assignee: Hi Usv, thanks for your input Short of me rebuilding the kernel My device is now registered even though I have errors in my dmesg video output.
This will save an image from the input to a date-coded JPEG file every 30 seconds. And the two capture you made?
Unfortunately there is no free em28xx driver for the Mac yet. Double click on a channel to select — and now hopefully you are watching! Originally Posted by Jose Catre-Vandis.
:Zolid/Kworld DVD maker (USB EM2861 video capture device) on Ubuntu Linux