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Download yavdr64 0.6.2

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Filename: yavdr64-0.6.2.iso (based on Ubuntu 14.04)
Size: 808.452.096 Bytes
MD5: 8964ea99f6a9219e78e98e1bc07b4b3f
SHA1: 99e17ac4978d7fe15a9db98a706713bf3f33aa80
SHA256: 47d965abbe789a2afa4362111669b1e1757538fb91764c9423524df55f94d28a
Release date: 2018-05-01

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This release fixes the failure of the installer when downloading new packages during install.

Download yavdr64 0.6.1

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Filename: yavdr64-0.6.1.iso (based on Ubuntu 14.04)
Size: 791674880 Bytes
MD5: ea381721b718d9675ccde4f372b02799
SHA1: 1cd214355a4e64df2031b8397fe77b376e1247f1
Release date: 2016-03-03

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Download yavdr64 0.6.0

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Filename: yavdr64-0.6.0.iso (based on Ubuntu 14.04)
MD5: c5e74e60e9659bad4d41249059c0be76
SHA1: 66ce935a3fe150c08c17b1d5b283d8066e53c2cc
Release date: 2015-12-24

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Download yavdr64 0.5.0a.hybrid

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Filename: yavdr64-0.5.0a.hybrid.iso

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MD5: c885f0644bcdd63a3cb4ef41c75c4206
SHA1: 2d0617d6cf7e6a2793a56441e56a969eb737e581
Released: 2013-07-15
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Get our Ubuntu packages from Launchpad

If you want to stick to your Ubuntu installation and just like to add our VDR packages to your setup: You are invited to add one or more of these Launchpad PPAs to your apt-sources list.

Note: We don't recommend to install the yavdr-* packages (yavdr-startup, yavdr-essential, yavdr-utils) on an ordinary Ubuntu installation. You will definitly run into problems if you do that. As a consequence, you won't be able to have the yaVDR web frontend on your ordinary Ubuntu installation. The only way to get the yaVDR web frontend is to install the complete yaVDR distribution from the ISO image.

For Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala):

  • You can install packages of VDR 1.7.x + VDR plugins + Nvidia driver + dvb-s2api-liplianin-dkms and many more from this PPA.
  • Packages of XBMC-PVR-Testing are available from two different PPAs:
    • For the current XBMC-pvr-testing2 packages used in yaVDR, use this PPA.
    • For the latest experimental builds of XBMC-pvr-testing2, use this PPA.

For Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx): Please use the PPAs marked as stable at https://launchpad.net/~yavdr

For Ubuntu 12.04 (Trusty Tahr): Please use the PPAs marked as stable at https://launchpad.net/~yavdr

For Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver): Please use the PPAs marked as experimental at https://launchpad.net/~yavdr

Get VDR packages for Debian

yaVDR hughly builds upon the good work of Tobias Grimm and Thomas Günther who work hard to offer the best possible Debian packages containing the latest VDR software components. Both guys are not members of the yaVDR project, instead they are working on their own Debian-based VDR distribution called c't VDR that has been around for a couple of years. If you want to use VDR on Debian, we recommend you to use c't VDR or their package repositories.

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