Now that I've setup my DVB-C adapter (here), MythTV will no longer record from my PVR-150 adapter. I've switched from ivtv-kmdl to video4linux-ivtv-kmdl as a driver. However, according to /var/log/messages, both of my IVTV cards are still detected. What's going on?
First of all, I installed the hardware into my CentOS 5 machine. Then, I replaced my ivtv-kmdl package, which does not work together with DVB, with the linuxtv-dvb-apps, video4linux-kmdl and video4linux-ivtv-kmdl RPMs, all from ATrpms.net. After a reboot, the card was automatically detected. Great!
The next step was to manually scan for channels to see if it worked. Using a lot of Googling, I assembled the following command:
/usr/bin/scan -t 1 -A 2 -n /usr/share/dvb/dvb-c/nl-Casema > /root/.czap/channels.conf
For the longest time, I've been looking for a way to securely store a backup of my files off-site. I'm already using BackupPC to backup the files to another harddisk and keep a number of revisions to secure against harddisk failure. But, you never know what happens in the future. I really don't want to loose all my digital pictures, documents or e-mail in case of a fire.