I found the problem. The channel wizard scanned the
tuner as Video4Linux2, but when kdetv started up it
selected Video4Linux. I just changed the default to
Video4Linux2 and the problem went away. Note that I
probably messed up the default in the first place.
Everything else seems solid now.
Lew Wolfgang wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I've installed 10.1, both iso and boxed, on a number of
> servers without problems, except for the on-line update
> business, of course. Now, I've installed the boxed set
> on an Opteron desktop and so far have encountered only
> one problem with kdetv.
> Kdetv works when first fired up with a WinTV (haupague)
> tuner after a channel scan is performed (ntsc/us-cable).
> However, upon subsequent logins the channels loose their
> "tune". All scanned channels suffer the effect, which
> is like they are all offset from their correct carrier
> frequencies to the point where audio is lost and the
> video degraded. If another "Wizard" Channel Scan is
> run, they all lock in until the next time. The channel
> numbers and labels are remembered.
> Has anyone else seen this?
> Lew Wolfgang