I'm using a FireDTV decoder card in a HTPC running on Ubunto 8.10. I need someone to help me with installing this decodercard because the supplier doesn't responds on my request. The explaination is that it is no core bussiness to support his product on Linux.
Basicly I can't locate a driver. Though I can find many patches, I think you first need something to patch on. Second, how do I install those patches and how do I know what is the latest version/patch?
Hope someone can help me.
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