[linux-dvb] TUV1236d

Michael Krufky mkrufky at linuxtv.org
Wed Apr 11 23:29:35 CEST 2007


Mauro Carvalho Chehab wrote:
> Em Qua, 2007-04-11 às 10:44 -0400, Michael Krufky escreveu:
>> Brett Taylor wrote:
>>>> Out of curiosity, what happens if you switch RF inputs?  There was a
>>>> patch submitted about two weeks or so ago that may have affect the RF
>>>> inputs on your card ... Though, I don't think that it would have been
>>>> picked up and made it into the gentoo sources just yet , but I could be
>>>> wrong, so it is worthwhile looking into this.  Mike Krufky would
>>>> probably have an idea about it.
>> All linuxtv.org repositories have broken behavior for the TUV1236d NIM.
>>
>> This includes ATSC110 and ATi HDTV Wonder.
>>
>> The code is CORRECT, in this repository:
>>
>> http://linuxtv.org/hg/~mkrufky/kernel-sync
>>
>> This fix has already been merged into 2.6.20.y -stable kernel series, AND 2.6.21-rc
>>
>> It isn't yet in the v4l-dvb master branch, but it will get there eventually.
> 
> I'll pull from your tree when you ask me. 
> 
> Btw, we still need to do the proper fix, removing tuv1236d code from
> saa7134-dvb.
> 

Just to reiterate to all users, this changeset corrects the rf input switching
problems on both the KWorld ATSC110 and the ATi HDTV Wonder.

Mauro,

Please pull from:

http://linuxtv.org/hg/~mkrufky/kernel-sync

for:

- [PATCH] nxt200x: fix rf input switching

 nxt200x.c |    4 ++--
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)


...to fix the TUV1236d code, bringing it up to speed with the kernel.  ...I
imported that changeset directly from hg on kernel.org, so I forgot to add the
'kernel-sync' tag before pushing it up.  (otherwise, I would have asked for the
pull earlier) ...  but given the demand, and the fact that I'll be away from my
dev box for the next few days, I wont be able to re-push it till I get back.

Please just make note of the fact that "[PATCH] nxt200x: fix rf input switching
" is a kernel-sync patch, that Linus already has it in his tree.

As for 2.6.22 ...  I have an alternate idea that I sent to Trent in private for
his review...  He expressed some ideas on ways to improve my patch.  Trent and I
are going to discuss this a bit before I post the new patch to the mailing list.

After that is all done, pending approval by the other dvb developers, then I'll
send it on to you.

Also, please note:  m1k.net is down, and it might be permanent.  Please refrain
from using my @m1k.net email address (at least, for now), as it's unlikely that
I'll ever receive that mail.

Regards,

Michael Krufky




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