Rép. : Re: [linux-dvb] Poor Tuning quality with kernel 2.6.11x

Bertrand Mazieres Bertrand.Mazieres at tdf.fr
Wed Apr 27 18:14:53 CEST 2005


We have experienced the same situation with NovaT (older, newer) cards since 2.6.10/2.6.11
One workaround seems to keep a tzap running in the background.
Maybe that's a lead ?


>>> Sid Boyce <sboyce at blueyonder.co.uk> 22/04/2005 23:59:48 >>>
Jon Fairbairn wrote:
> On 2005-04-22 at 07:46BST Q wrote:
>>Hi I have tried various kernels from 2.10.5. to 2.11.7 and I am afraid 
>>to say that tuning quality really seems to have deteriorated 
>>significaltly since the 2.6.8x kernels with my WinTV Nova-T card.
> Which Nova-T? I have a Nova-T 900 (IIRC) and a 2.6.11 (I
> assume that's what you are talking about -- 2.10 is a way
> off, I think :-), and no tuning problems.
>>The signal quality is so bad in some instances that I can no longer 
>>watch several of my most favorite channels.
>>The card worked perfectly with the 2.6.7x and 2.6.8x kernels.
>>Nothing about my setup - except a kernel change - has
>>changed since then.
> Have you checked that the older kernels still work? There's
> always the possibility that an albatross bent your aerial at
> the same time you changed the kernel.

Seems there are different Nova-T cards, e.g the Hauppauge Winfast 2000 
Nova-T XP isn't supported under linux-dvb, but with Gerd Knorr's stuff 
in dl.bytesex.org/cvs-snapshots. My card is working wth up to + 
video4linux-20050403-221421.tar.gz on mandrake 10.1.
Sid Boyce ... Hamradio License G3VBV, Keen licensed Private Pilot
Retired IBM Mainframes and Sun Servers Tech Support Specialist
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