[linux-dvb] Fwd: Re: S2API + TT3200 + Amos4w 10.723 S2 problem

Kovacs Balazs basq at bitklub.hu
Tue Nov 4 13:42:26 CET 2008


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From: Balazs Kovacs <basq at bitklub.hu>
To: "oleg roitburd" <oroitburd at gmail.com>
Date: Tuesday, November 4, 2008, 12:35:32 PM
Subject: [linux-dvb] S2API + TT3200 + Amos4w 10.723 S2 problem

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Oleg, i use TT3200 also. Which kernel+drivers do you use? I tried
v4l-dvb but it sometimes scans sometimes not. It depends if it's able
to lock or not at the moment. It's not so stable. It's the same with
multiproto.

But i'm confused about driver repositories: there's the

v4l-dvb
http://mercurial.intuxication.org/hg/s2-liplianin
http://mercurial.intuxication.org/hg/liplianindvb/

http://www.jusst.de/hg/multiproto
http://www.jusst.de/hg/v4l-dvb/

but i don't know which is the multiproto, which is ported to s2api,
and which one should I use.

I tried to decrease the freqs but it doesn't help for me.

For all: I tried a few STB's and only STB's work where I can set up
the Pilot mode to ON. (we have a pilot signal)

What i really need is to zap to one of these transponder and locks stable on it.

2008/11/4 oleg roitburd <oroitburd at gmail.com>:
> I have decreased frequenz ( -4MHz)
> And I can scan both transpoders with SR 30000

> [0001];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:179:177=hun:180:0:1:0:0:0
> [0002];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:174:172=hun:175:0:2:0:0:0
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> [0065];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:46:44=hun:0:0:101:0:0:0
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> It's old bug and old quick&dirty trick. My card is TT S2-3200

> Regards
> Oleg Roitburd


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