[linux-dvb] new/unsupported usb device 1498/9206
gdaniele at gmx.net
Thu Jan 26 11:07:06 CET 2006
I just got the response from Hanftek, while waiting for their permission
to forward it on list I'll make a quick summary:
basically they say that the USB IC manufacturer (Uli Electronics I
guess) is working on a Linux driver. Eventually they (Hanftek) will make
it available on the site when ready.
What do you think, should we "push" Uli Electronics a little bit in
order to get something?
BTW if someone else is trying to find something 'bout the UMT-012 on the
Hanftek website, don't wonder if nothing is there, they told me that it
will appear on the site only if (and when) there will be updates
Il giorno mer, 25/01/2006 alle 15.34 +0100, Patrick Boettcher ha
> On Wed, 25 Jan 2006, DAniele Gobbetti wrote:
> > Guess what? Better double check before posting :) Turning the "naked"
> > thingy around there's a big model number written:
> > UMT-012
> > Until now I was considering it as a no-name device but it actually does
> > have one! A quick google lurk pointed out that there are many UMT-010
> > devices out there (on the cheap side), but I guess they aren't supported
> > as well.
> The UMT-010 is supported. The problem with your device is, that the MT2060
> is not supported and the Uli USB chip is also not supported. Maybe there
> are binary drivers for both of them. You should ask the vender (most
> likely Hanftek) for a linux driver and/or OpenSource support.
> Mail: patrick.boettcher at desy.de
> WWW: http://www.wi-bw.tfh-wildau.de/~pboettch/
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