Re: [linux-dvb] CVS Problems, and T200 unrecognised again (was RE: Compro DVB-T300 Remote)

Andy linux-dvb at andrewsmith.plus.com
Sat Sep 24 15:37:40 CEST 2005


Hi Hartmut,

Thanks for checking. I finally worked out it's a weird Fedora issue - the kernel-devel package does *not* put the kernel source 
in /usr/src/kernels/xxxx, but just the directory tree and Makefiles. After installing the kernel source I then had to copy it into 
the /usr/src/kernels/xxxx tree. After that, compiled fine (bar a few warnings).

I'm still having issues with the detection of the card... I do a "modprobe saa7134" and the module sucessfully loads. I have "options saa7134 
oss=1 card=71" in my modprobe.conf and if I look at /var/log/messages I see the module is loading for my T200 card. The problem comes when 
loading saa7134-dvb, thats when I get:

Sep 24 11:30:46 alpha kernel: saa7130[0]: Huh? unknown DVB card?
Sep 24 11:30:46 alpha kernel: saa7130[0]: frontend initialization failed

It's silly - this worked fine a week or so ago when I first tried it!!!

Any ideas what's wrong?

Thanks,

Andy



On Fri Sep 23 22:41 , Hartmut Hackmann hartmut.hackmann at t-online.de> sent:

>Hi, Andy
>
>I just cross checked:
>- fresh download of video4linux and dvb-kernel from anonymous at linuxtv.org
>- cd video4linux
>- scripts/merge-trees.sh
>- make
>It compiles cleanly with just 2 warnings about unused symbols in tda8290.c.
>I run a kernel 2.6.12 and a gcc 3.3.3.
>Could it be that your gcc 4.0 resp. its specfile causes the problems?
>Regarding the card detection: I know that there is an issue. It seems to
>have 2 eeproms that might collide both on address 0xa0 unless some gpio
>magic is done. But not sure yet.
>The effect is that the card detection only works after a boot from power
>up. As a workaround, please force the card type:
>modprobe saa7134 card=71
>modprobe saa7134-dvb
>(this assumes that the modules are installed).
>
>Good luck
>    Fartmut






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