[linux-dvb] how can i start to make a DVB firmware for USB

Gunther Mayer gunther.mayer at gmx.net
Wed Jun 7 21:29:09 CEST 2006

jason_wu wrote:

>am currently running a Fedora 3 core, with upgraded kernel 
>set up with 
>TwinhanDTV Alpha USB box
>firmware file (while download from linuxtv.org) dvb-usb-vp7045.fw
>kaffiene (with a little bit fixed, those node under /dev has some problem they automatically point to somewhere,  
>else when i connect the USB device, but well i changed those node name to right one)
>which can play DVB-T program alright
>i live at Taiwan Taipei
>now i want to use those same system, but just change another USB device, 
>how can i do so?
>1. when i plug in another device (which i bought from net), they using Uli 9206 and MT352 (similar as Twinhan), 
>how can i insert this module, because my linux kernel couldn't detect the device i just plugged in, i think i should 
>use some insmod method or something?
>2. how can i make a *.fw file myself? and i do collect some information of my device, now i just want to know is there
>any kind of lecture or web site teaching us how can i make my own firmware file
>3. is that true i can play Uli devcie on linux , just to done [1] and [2]? is there any other thing i am missing out?
If you want to write a driver for a Uli9206/Uli9207 device you need a 
datasheet from the chip manufacturer.

As the INF files do not have different USB IDs for cold/warm state I 
assume the Uli9206/Uli9207 perhaps
do not need a firmware (at least the data sheet will show if a firmware 
is needed).


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