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List:       linux-video
Subject:    ATI All in Wonder 128
From:       "Johnny Stork" < stork () academic-computers ! com>
Date:       1999-08-22 22:57:03

Does anyone know if this ATI card (All in Wonder 128) is supported by bttv
to run xawtv under Redhat?


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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: ATI All in Wonder 128
From:       Eric Jorgensen < alhaz () xmission ! com>
Date:       1999-08-22 23:30:49


	Absolutly not. ATi has repeatedly refused to offer any assistance. 

 - Eric

Johnny Stork wrote:
> 
> Does anyone know if this ATI card (All in Wonder 128) is supported by bttv
> to run xawtv under Redhat?
> 
> *****************************************************
>  Johnny Stork
>  Academic Computers
>  RR#3, Site#21, Comp#9
>  Prince George, BC      stork@academic-computers.com
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>  V2N-2J1                250-967-4644
> 
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>  www.academic-computers.com/youth/index.htm
> 
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> 
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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: ATI All in Wonder 128
From:       Roger Hardiman < roger () cs ! strath ! ac ! uk>
Date:       1999-08-23 4:00:24

Eric Jorgensen wrote:
> 
>         Absolutly not. ATi has repeatedly refused to offer any assistance.

Once, they refused to give out specs.

Now they actually give out a complete driver, Open Source, for FREE.
It is called GATOS.
It is not V4L, but supports TV Tuner and Video Capture on the
All-In-Wonder card.

It is witten for Linux.
(and been ported to FreeBSD too)

I don't have the URL though.
Bye
Roger


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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: ATI All in Wonder 128
From:       Vishal Kulshrestha < vishal () sasi ! com>
Date:       1999-08-23 4:43:20



FAQ related to linux is at:
http://support.atitech.ca/faq/linux.html
http://www.atitech.com/ca_us/resource_centre/dev_rel/linux.html

The actual GAOTS page is at....

http://www.core.binghamton.edu/~insomnia/gatos/

On Mon, 23 Aug 1999, Roger Hardiman wrote:

> Eric Jorgensen wrote:
> 
> Now they actually give out a complete driver, Open Source, for FREE.
> It is called GATOS.
> It is not V4L, but supports TV Tuner and Video Capture on the
> All-In-Wonder card.
> 
> It is witten for Linux.
> (and been ported to FreeBSD too)
> 
> I don't have the URL though.
> Bye
> Roger


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