[linux-dvb] Yakumo QuickStick frontend tuning problem
frank.breitling at gmx.de
Wed Sep 28 12:39:19 CEST 2005
Patrick Boettcher wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Sep 2005, Frank Breitling wrote:
>> I have been trying to get a Yakumo QuickStick DVB-T (USB 2.0) running
>> with kernel 220.127.116.11. First I plugged in the stick and as the syslog
>> shows (attached below) the stick is recognized although "recv bulk
>> message failed: -110". Then I tried:
>> host:~$ dvbtune -f 1770000
> Are you really sure about 177 MHz and not 177.5 MHz?
This frequency was just an example. I can not tune to any frequency,
e.g. "dvbtune -f 522000" gives the same output.
> But when I tested the stick remotely (I don't own the stick) I also
> had problems to tune to VHF frequencies.
You would be very welcome to test the stick on my laptop, too.
> If possible, can you please try the stick with the same frequency in
I tested the stick already successfully under Windows XP and could
receive all channels.
>> So there seems to be a tuning problem related to the frontend. As
>> stated at
>> the correct frontend should be "Zarlink MT352" which I compiled as
>> module into the kernel.
> You don't need to. The device indeed contains the MT352, but the
> programming is not done at driver level, but inside the firmware (also
> stated on the wiki page).
This part I did not understand from the wiki page.
>> However lsmod (attached below) shows that the mt352 module is not
>> loaded automatically when the stick was plugged in.
> When you compile the module into your kernel, then it won't be listed
> when calling lsmod.
To clearify, I compiled the driver as module. But if I understand you
correctly, this is not required for the Yakumo Quickstick. Is this correct?
>> Sep 24 21:50:52 neo vmunix: dvb-usb: recv bulk message failed: -110
> I think this is the first remote-control-poll, which fails, don't worry.
> Mail: patrick.boettcher at desy.de
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Thanks a lot,
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