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 trying to get Kaffeine to do a channel scan and am getting the "No available device found" alert. I previously did have Kaffeine working nicely (using this setup: How to make an Avermedia AverTV Volar Green HD work? ) with all Australian channels until they changed the digital TV frequencies a couple of months ago.
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.
I have a Realtek 2832U dongle (branded NooElec) that I want to try with Kaffeine in Fedora 20.
In a previous life, I had a Kaiser Bass DVB-T USB dongle that worked great with Kaffeine under
Fedora (probably version 14 or so).
So far, I've been trying the Realtek with multimode/gnuradio in Fedora 20, and SDR# in a
Windows 7 virtual machine (VMWare).
The KDE4 version of kaffeine in Fedora 12 repos, kaffeine-188.8.131.52.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.