domi.dumont at free.fr
Fri Apr 1 16:10:43 CEST 2005
Frederic CAND <frederic.cand at anevia.com> writes:
> Well, that doesn't seem good at all ... the idea is just to find
> anything that can control the CI module ... if I can just find a
> software that can tell whether the CI module is inserted or not, and
> descramble the program ... then I don't care using vdr, reading on
> /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0 will be fine as it's MPEG2 TS and it's what I
> want ...
CI support for Twinhan is a work in progress. The HW is completely
different from other dvb card so current application will *not* work
with the future high level CI API.
Currently, the high level CI driver is still in experimental stage (in
twinhan-exp CVS branch). According to the mails I've seen, kernel
2.6.11 will probably not work, you'd better stick with 2.6.10.
I currently can de-scramble some TPS programs with:
- kernel 2.6.9
- CVS dvb around Feb 2005
- Manu's files (dst.c, dst_ca.c ..) with some modifs
- a hacked version of Manu's ca_zap (to send the ca_pmt messages to
- SCM Red Viaccess CAM
There are still a lot of issues to iron out. See  for details.
Your help will be more than welcome to fix all these issues. (The
whole Twinhan driver team is currently Manu and I. That's all)
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