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  •  22 Jul 2005 12:49
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    Release Notes: This release comes with some minor bugfixes and improvements, including up-to-date compatibility with the latest 2.6.x kernels, experimental code regarding detection of physical and virtual resolutions (to get rid of v4l-conf for overlay), and automatic detection for more cards.

    •  28 May 2004 17:50
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      Release Notes: The new release includes lots of bugfixes. It fixes some 64-bit issues (AMD processors) and many I2C bus issues (i.e., the support for sensor chips on all three i2c busses and the i2c setup for boards not supporting all of the i2c busses). Moreover, a preliminary saa7174hl video decoder module has been added which should also support all the compatible chips.

      •  28 Feb 2004 01:34
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        Release Notes: This release comes with kernel 2.6.x support. Many new cards (especially in the GeForceFX line) are detected, and some bugfixes have been applied. Coexistence with the vesafb driver is now allowed (boot logo penguin and rivatv are possible).

        •  06 Jul 2003 04:40
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          Release Notes: This release introduces support for AGP 8x cards, and should work with some flavours of GeForce FX. More improvements were made with tuners and the build system has been greatly improved. Many bugfixes have also been incorporated.

          •  26 Jan 2003 19:57
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            Release Notes: Most notable in this release is the experimental use of DMA. Grabbing has been very slow up until now. Though not complete, it reduces CPU load considerably. There are also a lot of bugfixes, including ones for better responsiveness, scaling, colour conversion, and stability.

            •  29 Sep 2002 03:36
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              Release Notes: This release includes support for GeForce 4, a lot of new cards, and several bugfixes. Also, tuner support has been improved and RivaTV now comes with the relevant BTTV modules to get your tuner going simply and easily. Finally, the installation process tries to detect pitfalls preventing the use of RivaTV on your machine.

              •  02 Sep 2002 23:33
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                Release Notes: The audio chips tda8425/tda9850 on Asus V7100 Combo Deluxe and inside the Asus TV-Box are now working, as well as the saa7108e video decoder module. Overlay for NV20 (Geforce3) has been implemented.

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