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In short they are in computer terms ancient cards with ancient drivers. I know there are folks who think they are great but again these are the Linux gurus who know how to do all kinds of TeVii S662 DVB-S2 USB Box things in Linux that they seem incapable of explaining in such a way that the more simple-minded of us can understand. Unlike people in other parts of the world many people in the USA are reluctant to order from overseas, in part TeVii S662 DVB-S2 USB Box if we get a defective unit we really get soaked on return postage.
As for Rick's there are a couple things I don't like about that forum. First you TeVii S662 DVB-S2 USB Box not be aware that Rick actively censors moderates that forum. If you say something he doesn't approve of your post may vanish into thin air, or you may be put on moderation where everything you post sits around for a day or two until he gets around to approving it. This actually happened to someone I've been in contact with; he attributes it to the "ham radio mentality" where amateur radio operators are so used to the government telling them what they can or cannot say on the airwaves nothing that might be considered commercial traffic, for example that they see no problem in censoring moderating what others say when they run a forum, not realizing or not caring that people's expectations for an Internet forum are a lot different than those of ham radio operators for amateur radio TeVii S662 DVB-S2 USB Box.
I don't know if that is the case or not, but beyond that the guys that hang out on Rick's are exactly the type I am talking about that won't or can't seem to explain anything in a simple manner, that someone who knows TeVii S662 DVB-S2 USB Box about Linux could understand. Those guys are building their own Linux kernels and sometimes hacking drivers, but when you read that forum you are often left scratching your head wondering what the hell they are talking about.
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For anyone who doubts this, the forum in question is at http: While I am glad these guys are willing to push the limits and try to improve upon the drivers and such, it is clear they do this for their own enjoyment and amusement, TeVii S662 DVB-S2 USB Box occasionally share dribs and drabs of what they discover but only in such a way that other gurus such as themselves can understand, let alone make use of their discoveries. What I really wish is that they would offer one of two things, either a drop-in replacement driver package for the TBS drivers that supports newer tuners such as the TBS as well as the older ones, or an ISO file containing the modded kernels they use with Ubuntu Server or whatever you'd need to install and run TVHeadEnd. The problem is they are compiling software from source and not many Linux users do that anymore, since the wide availability of distributions such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian, etc.
And it's one thing if the compilations are almost always successful as is generally the case with the standard TBS drivers and quite another if the compilation fails for some reason and the user is expected to try to figure out why. I don't use Linux because I want to solve puzzles or go on a quest, I use it because when running a server it is the OS that makes my life easiest. For my desktop system I use OS X because I find that easiest to use although that's sadly becoming less and less true with each new version they release, but that's irrelevant to this discussion.
I don't want it to sound like I'm mad at those guys or that I think they have any obligation to simplify things, but all I am saying is that if you are not the type of person who started using Linux in middle school, but instead used Windows or maybe Apple products most of your life, it's frustrating to know that there might be better drivers and software out there but you can't use it because no one will post a simple set of steps on how to install and use it. Take the patched kernels as an example, I have read there are many benefits to running those but as far as I can tell no one has posted even the most basic explanation of exactly why they are beneficial and what they do, and how to install them and I mean cookbook-style steps, not just something like "compile and install" which is meaningless to people who never do this.
These guys all have a certain knowledge level and its as if they assume than if you don't have the requisite knowledge then you can probably just get by with the stock operating system and software and be satisfied with that. I don't think they are being mean or malicious or anything, I think maybe they are genuinely incapable of either simplifying what they are doing so the rest of us can understand, or else they just don't get it that not every Linux user is an Einstein. What I really wish is that they would offer DriverIdentifier commits to provide the most updated drivers.
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