[linux-dvb] Compro VideoMate E650 hybrid PCIe DVB-T and analog TV/FM capture card
stev391 at email.com
stev391 at email.com
Fri Sep 5 01:26:57 CEST 2008
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Thomas Goerke" <tom at goeng.com.au>
> To: stev391 at email.com, "'jackden'" <jackden at gmail.com>
> Subject: RE: [linux-dvb] Compro VideoMate E650 hybrid PCIe DVB-T and analog TV/FM capture card
> Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2008 19:22:31 +0800
> > Tom,
> > (Jackden please try first patch and provide feedback, if that doesn't
> > work for your card, then try this and provide feedback)
> > The second dmesg (with debugging) didn't show me what I was looking
> > for, but from past experience I will try something else. I was looking
> > for some dma errors from the cx23885 driver, these usually occured
> > while streaming is being attempted.
> > Attached to this email is another patch. The difference between the
> > first one and the second one is that I load an extra module (cx25840),
> > which normally is not required for DVB as it is part of the analog side
> > of this card. This does NOT mean analog will be supported.
> > As of today the main v4l-dvb can be used with this patch and this means
> > that the cx23885-leadtek tree will soon disappear. So step 2 above has
> > been modified to: "Check out the latest v4l-dvb source".
> > Other then that step 4 has a different file name for the patch.
> > Steps that need to be completed are: 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10 & 11. (As you
> > have completed the missing steps already).
> > If the patch works, please do not stop communicating, as I have to
> > perform one more patch to prove that cx25840 is required and my
> > assumptions are correct. Once this is completed I will send it to
> > Steven Toth for inclusion in his test tree. This will need to be tested
> > by you again, and if all is working well after a week or more it will
> > be included into the main tree.
> > Regards,
> > Stephen
> > --
> After following Steven Toth's advice re CPIA, applying your patch and then
> make, make install, I can now report that the Compro E800F card is working!
> This is very impressive and thanks for your help.
> I have added the card to MythTV and all channels were successfully added. I
> am not sure about the comparable signal strength's compared to the Hauppauge
> Nova card I also have installed - this is something I can provide feedback
> on at a later stage.
> I have tried from a soft and hard reset and all seems ok.
> See below for the o/p from dmesg. Please let me know if there is anything
> else you would like to try/test.
Attached is another patch, this will break the support for your card, but proves that the
cx25840 module is required for the DVB-T side of this card. So before applying the patch make
sure you have a copy of the working patch handy (or even two copies of the source tree).
Follow the same steps I had for the v0.1 patch, but use the attached (v0.2) patch. The symptons will be the same as the original patch, i.e. no errors in dmesg, but unable to scam/tune.
Also can you please look at the other IC's on the board and see if you identify them for me.
I'm looking for an eeprom or similiar IC, as I will need to distinguish between the various
different boards. Also if you can get a dump of what is on the eeprom and provide it (or put it
on the wiki page, or both). I'm not sure how to do this safely yet, so if you have time google
is your friend (i2cdump might to the trick).
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