DVB-T on Linux

Being currently in France and kind of shut-off from the rest of the world due to a lack of TV or Radio I decided to hunt for a proper DVB-T Stick.

DVB-T is a (or the) digital terrestrial television standard (the equivalent of ATSC in the US). The cool thing is that most of the channels are free and unencrypted. What made the search more difficult was that it has to run on Linux and Mac OS X and probably on Windows.

After searching for quite a while I came up with this rather small and sleak USB stick, Pinnacle’s PCTV nanoStick:

Comes with EyeTV and works out-of-the-box on Ubuntu. Also nice is the remote control with most of the buttons working and I already grapped a patch which adds the remaining keys …

A real nice device …

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