[linux-dvb] syslog: av7110_fw_request: timeout
waiting for HANDSHAKE_REG - What does this mean?
sebastian_ml at gmx.net
Wed Jun 15 11:56:07 CEST 2005
On Wed, Jun 15, 2005 at 11:45:41AM +0200, Sebastian wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 15, 2005 at 02:30:14AM -0700, C.Y.M wrote:
> > Sebastian wrote:
> > > Hello Johannes!
> > >
> > > It works; no more entries in my logs regarding the timeout.
> > Did you happen to notice that upon initial reboot, VDR takes about 4-5 more
> > seconds to load than it did before the timeout patch? After the computer has
> > already been running for a few mins, then VDR starts up at it's normal rate.
> > Its not a big deal, I just thought I would mention it.
> > Best Regards,
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> Hi C.Y.M.!
> Not quite. VDR starts instantly here. At least the OSD. It takes ~ one
> second for the video to show up, but that's fine I guess ;) Maybe you
> got to recompile VDR? I don't know. I got vdr-1.3.25 and a glibc
> compiled against the headers of kernel 2.6.11 if that matters. The
> kernel is a regular 220.127.116.11.
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How do you load your drivers? Are they loaded by a script, or does the
kernel autoload the drivers when VDR starts? I use a script and in it
there's a 'sleep 9' line, because that's approximately the time it takes
for the device nodes to be created on my udev system. Maybe your kernel
autoloads the drivers, waits for the device nodes and executes
vdr. Got udev?
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