[linux-dvb] Update: S2API , scan-s2, TT 3200_CI, VDR 1.7.0, Streamdev (latest version)
alex.betis at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 19:12:53 CET 2008
Do you have Igor's driver in ../s2/ directory?
Here's the part that I wrote in README:
The driver directory was symbolically linked to "s2" directory. If you have
the driver in other directory,
you'll have to change the following line in Makefile to point to the right
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 10:41 AM, <jean-paul at goedee.nl> wrote:
> compiled on opensuse 11.0 default.
> gcc -I../s2/linux/include -c atsc_psip_section.c -o atsc_psip_section.o
> gcc -I../s2/linux/include -c diseqc.c -o diseqc.o
> gcc -I../s2/linux/include -c dump-vdr.c -o dump-vdr.o
> gcc -I../s2/linux/include -c dump-zap.c -o dump-zap.o
> gcc -I../s2/linux/include -c lnb.c -o lnb.o
> gcc -I../s2/linux/include -c scan.c -o scan.o
> scan.c: In function âtune_to_transponderâ:
> scan.c:1669: error: âSYS_DSSâ undeclared (first use in this function)
> scan.c:1669: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
> scan.c:1669: error: for each function it appears in.)
> scan.c: In function âscan_tpâ:
> scan.c:2048: error: âSYS_DSSâ undeclared (first use in this function)
> make: *** [scan.o] Error 1
> Please specify what was the error in scan-s2 compilation and what
>> you've used?
>> On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 5:47 PM, <jean-paul at goedee.nl> wrote:
>> S2API (drivers) latest version compile without error, Compiling
>>> scan-s2 give a error on DDS or something like that. Remove it from
>>> scan.c and compile it again.
>>> Scanning booth LNB?s (astra 1 & 3) and only normal S. Try al options
>>> but no S2 channels. Compile VDR with S2API patch and streamdev
>>> plugin. No problem so far. Copy the new channels.conf to the vdr
>>> directory and start vdr. Tuning to FTA channels is no problem but
>>> encrypt channels are not available. For so far as I can see the caids
>>> are correct (verify with the caids of mij production system (also
>>> 2*tt 3200 incl cam/card and multiproto/vdr 1.7.0 and off Corse
>>> No S2 channels, No encrypt channels.
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