I installed Kaffeine from the repos and put the firmware in /lib/firmware. I also copied the content of ~/.kde/share/apps/kaffeine/ from another (working) distro. I have all information about channels etc but can not see or hear anything.
Does that mean, I miss some codecs?
I'm running openSUSE 11.2 x64 here and after a recent update Kaffeine 1.0pre2 (and the KDE3 version) won't run at all. Kaffeine attempts to start in the background but crashes after a short while. No error messages are produced when launched from a shell.
Does anyone else have this problem ? I thought it might be an issue with the Xine library but it seems ok.
The KDE4 version of kaffeine in Fedora 12 repos, kaffeine-220.127.116.11.pre2.fc12, looks like a testing version. It misses basics like deinterlacing and aspect ratios for digital tv and minimal mode which make it not even usable for me.
I've recently switched to Kubuntu 12.04. The version of Kaffiene that comes when you click the install button is 1.2.2. It has some annoying bugs (eg: if you don't keep one tuner card free, it will crash recordings & you cant select a channel to watch from the guide) and most of the configuration settings options are gone. Previously I used to Kaffeine 0.8something.