[linux-dvb] ivtv and dvb living together in same box

Sigmund Augdal Helberg sigmund at snap.tv
Wed Jan 11 19:30:45 CET 2006


On Wed, 2006-01-11 at 12:54 -0500, Mike Krufky wrote:
> mrwester wrote:
> 
> > I'm in the process of setting up a new mythtv system and am having 
> > trouble getting ivtv-0.4.1 for my PVR-350 and PVR-500 and dvb kernel 
> > module from cvs of yesterday for a DViCO FusionHDTV5 lite to 
> > cooperate.  I used to have all 3 cards working in an older 
> > installation- with older cvs of DVB but doesn't seem to work now.  I 
> > can get each to work fine on their own, but when dvb is working, the 
> > ivtv tuners are not recognized correctly by ivtv:
> 
> [snip]
> 
> > This is a fresh install of FC4, following Jarod's howto... It doesn't 
> > matter whether I install ivtv from the rpm using yum or manually.  
> > I've googled a bit on this topic, but am not finding anything.  I'm 
> > pretty sure it's all due to the rapid development of these two drivers 
> > and will sort itself out eventually, but if I can help that process, 
> > please let me know.  If I've missed something please feel free to 
> > point me in the correct direction.  thanks,
> 
> Please take this to the ivtv-devel list ... I recommend that you upgrade 
> ivtv to the 0.5.X series, which depends on the merged v4l-dvb cvs 
> tree... This, AFAIK, is the only way to get ivtv to play nice with v4l/dvb.
In my experience this very nasty workaround allows old ivtv and recent
dvb to work at the same time:

1: install linux-kernel,dvb-kernel,v4l or v4l-dvb
2: backup tuner.ko to say /root/tuner.ko
3: install ivtv
4: modprobe ivtv
5: rmmod tuner
6: insmod /root/tuner.ko
7: modprobe dvb drivers

Just my two cents on that issue.

Sigmund
> 
> Hope this helps,
> 
> Michael Krufky
> 
> 
> 
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