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Re: [Xen-API] PCI passthrough - XCP vs XenServer

i have a mygica x8558 pro dual tv tuner and it's used to have it running great using mythtv backend running ubuntu 12.04 within 
xcp 1.6. i used xbmc as the frontend running on windows 7 also within same xcp 1.6 with vga passthrough. it's amazing what you can do with xen. now i have switched to "normal" xen as i would like to try out xen 4.2 version. above setup also running great using this version for more than 4 months.

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-------- Original message --------
From: Phill Edwards <philledwards@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 2013/07/02 20:53 (GMT+08:00)
To: Xen-api@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Xen-API] PCI passthrough - XCP vs XenServer

On 2 Jul 2013 22:31, "Dave Marples" <dave@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Phil,
> Things have matured a lot since then, so I hope you have better luck - this note is just to wish you the best of luck and please post your results back to the list (good or bad) as some of us will be wanting to open that can of worms up again :-)
> Regards

Will do. BTW, I have had a MythTV backend running on XenServer for a while now and it works great. However it requires the use of an HD Homerun as the tuner. Have you considered that option?

What I'm doing now is trying to see if I can get this going with my DVB-T PCI cards as well.

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