[linux-dvb] patch, which supports some new DVB-C budget cards

e9hack e9hack at googlemail.com
Thu Apr 12 00:01:43 CEST 2007


Janne Grunau wrote:
> That would work.
>
> Better patch splitting would be 
>
> 1. Remove the polarity switching of the clock for the DVB-C cards in
>    budget-av.c. This hack is no longer necessary because the saa7146 can
>    do the job to remove the additional FEC bytes from the TS.
>
> 2. Add support for the frontend TDA10023 and add cards that need the
>    tda10023.
>
> 3. Make the inversion setting configurable. The KNC ONE V1.0 uses
>    non inverted setting for the inversion and add the KNC ONE V1.0 card.
>   

I've split the patch like the description above. The split patches
aren't completely independent from each other. They should be attached
in the sequence of their last number.

- Hartmut


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