[linux-dvb] a800 driver with avertv usb2.0 plus

Göran Källqvist g.kallqvist at telia.com
Thu Nov 24 21:27:30 CET 2005


onsdagen den 23 november 2005 14.32 skrev De Leeuw Guy:
> Patrick Boettcher a écrit :
> > Aha: Your device is not a dvb device, but an a box for analog-tv
> > reception. This is not supported by the a800-driver. In fact I don't
> > know anything about that box, maybe the guys at video4linux (who are
> > working on some analog USB boxes) can help you further.
> >
> > regards,
> > Patrick.
>
> Oki !! I'm confused the only link that I follow is the linux kernel and
> I sound that the driver is a800 for AverTV USB2.0
> And this is the name of my box.
>
> Thanks Patrick, I direct go to the v4l site :)
>
>
Hi Guy!
Your AverTV USB2.0 is a DVB-T tuner, I have one and use it with the 
a800-driver. It works perfect.
When I checked it I used the command 'dvbscan <file with channel frequencies>' 
and redirected it to .tzap/channel.conf (in the mythtv home-directory). Then 
I used tzap <name of one of the channels in channel.conf>. And voilá! I could 
see if I could tune in that channel.
The format of the file with channel frequencies you can see 
in /usr/local/share/dvb/dvb-t/, where you find a lot of different files to 
cities in Europe. Your network company have the frequencies, I found mine on 
their homepage.
Good luck!
Göran, Sweden



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