Kaffine will scan and locate channel and then become un-responsive when trying to play the stream. See this Czech forum. AVerMedia’s bttv cards are well supported and work out of the box. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Please give me a hand! Had a “Linux compatible” label on the product site, but with license issues , and needs to be patched for kernel 2.
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I don’t know whats going on. Several of AVerMedia’s saax cards are also well supported.
[linux-dvb] AverMedia USB 2.0 Hybrid+FM Volar (a828)
The driver is listed as compatible with 7. Once I get home i’ll give it a shot and report back and upload them here incase somebody else needs them too!
Linux drivers for A or A doesn’t work here. This page was last modified on 24 Octoberat Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.
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AVerMedia AVerTV Hybrid+FM Volar (A) drivers download free
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Official driver supports neither FM nor remote control. See this Czech forum.
Seems to be similar to A but A includes S-Video connector. AVerMedia, themselves, do not provide direct support for their devices under Linux but for one exception which itself is a case that is quite limited in scope.
Tested on Ubuntu I wonder is anyone else could try it and see if it’s just as bad for them. Seems that some of drivers exist but modules are not loaded automatically.
Download TV Tuner AVerMedia (圆刚) AVerTV Hybrid+FM Volar (A828) Linux x86 drivers and software.
This is for 64 bit drivers, but probably the same solution applies to the bit version by just using x86 instead of x64 in filenames.
May 27th, Most of their cards are well supported under Linux. Successfully installed on Debian with appropriate kernel. I’am a newby in linux world but Ubuntu looks great.