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sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-intelYou will get the updated version of the driver, and to boot you don't have to change anything in your xorg.conf (a symlink is created when the install happens so you can call either "intel" or "i810" and be calling the same driver).
CTRL + ALT + F1Login with your user you created while installing Kubuntu. Then you should be able to type that line and answer Y to the question on whether to remove your existing driver (i810) or to abort. Choosing Y **may** b0rk your GUI system, but in reality, you are fairly safe in saying Y. The upside is that if it works you may have a better responding GUI, the downside is if something goes wrong you'll be stuck in command line land until you either reinstall or revert to the older 810 driver, which is probably:
[ 43.145093] NET: Registered protocol family 17That is the very last 3 lines. I am fairly comfortable with Linux but don't really know how to proceed with this. The system is a Commell LV-667T which has a Via CN400 (unichrome) chipset and a VT1625 TV Out Encoder on it. It is connected via S-Video to my Sony Wega CRT TV (somewhat old school). I've gone over the directions on setting up a diskless MD several times.
IP-Config: eth0 hardware address 00:03:1d:02:0a:aa mtu 1500 DHCP RARP
[ 43.151327] eth0: link down
I'm in the UK so can I ask a question about HD? Why would you want to distribute them like this and secondly how many channels can a single card receive at the same time? I assume HD channels are mux'd like standard def or HD channels are here in Europe.I'm not sure about what you mean by why would you want to distribute them like this, but I assume you are asking why the OP wants to have his media directors also be HD capture sources. In that case it is likely do to cabling. If they already have cables ran to various rooms in the house, then by having each media director be, in essence, a mythbackend, they can use multiple HD tuners without having to cram them all inside a single box; the upside is ease of having multiple HD sources, the major and obvious downside is that every machine must be configured, always on (when you expect them to be, or able to be remotely turned on at will).