I have gone back to stock RC6 with the cards installed and it reboots fine. Here are some ideas on cord cutting from the nVidia blog. Click here for the step by step instructions. Thanks to your scripts i compiled my own version of it with the drivers included. I’ll see if that works, otherwise I might be stuck waiting for kernel 4. You can get the application from the link below.

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If you are using a video monitor which does not support AC3 surround sound audio, you can use a sound bar which normally have AC3 decoders built in. Is there a way for me to select card 56?

Click here for Linux kernel 3. Yep, that looks like it failed. Xenial available here http: Still AMD based but slightly older chipset. Hauppauge technical support tested various Hauppauge TV tuners with Ubuntu Desktop, and has created both a video and a list of steps to install the TV tuners on Ubuntu Desktop Not going to lie, this may be a pain in the ass for you. Detected DVB Adapter 0: Posted January 17, For anyone else the scripts i used are in this git: Product Pricing Community Blog.


In Terminal, type the following or copy and paste the following lines, one by one, then click enter. MAC address is You will need the latest version of nVidia Shield firmware 5.

Thanks much for your help! Raspbian can be downloaded from https: Options would be, a Windows VM and pass the linu through, or a different tuner are my conclusions tbh. Here is an installation video for Live Channels Note: I reverted to a Windows 10 machine, running NextPVR on the same card, same settings – and it worked, pulling down several hundred channels.

U sing workaround [ You can download the Conexant cxxx USB firmware v4l-cxxx-avcore I see, only some seperate patches to add dvbc support, may an idea where to ask to add them if they work?

Linux for Colossus 2 Linux support for Colossus 2 is through a user mode application. I’m not involved in driver development at all.

Let me know how you get on, interesting, not seen anything quite like it llinux. Going back to the issue I had with the hfr-5500.


I should have ran dmesg before. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

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Click here for the Colossus 2 Linux application. DVB-C 0 Click here for the Linux kernel 3. I’ll take a look and see if I can find it anywhere, but it ain’t looking good.

Linux support for Colossus 2 is through a user mode application.

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Thanks for the great work. I’ve not had a chance to test it against DVB-T yet.

Can you also post the output of dmesg please?