[linux-dvb] MSI Mega Sky 580
egalus at gmx.de
Tue Jun 27 20:21:08 CEST 2006
I would like to contribute with logs/snoops too, but I have problems
compiling usbreplay like mentioned on the webpage in Markus post.
I always get this errormessage and have no idea which usb.h usbreplay
might want to use. If it helps in finding an answer, I am using an
almost vanilla 188.8.131.52 kernel (just a few patches for suspend2,
centrino undervolting and internal sd-card reader) on an ubuntu dapper
gcc usbreplay.c -o usbreplay -lusb -lmenu
usbreplay.c:29:17: Fehler: usb.h: No such file or directory
As usbview info for the adapter is also requested here is what usbview
reveals for my MSI MEga Sky 580:
DTV USB MINI
Manufacturer: DTV USB MINI
Speed: 480Mb/s (high)
USB Version: 2.00
Device Class: 00(>ifc )
Device Subclass: 00
Device Protocol: 00
Maximum Default Endpoint Size: 64
Number of Configurations: 1
Vendor Id: 0db0
Product Id: 5580
Revision Number: 1.10
Config Number: 1
Number of Interfaces: 1
MaxPower Needed: 50mA
Interface Number: 0
Alternate Number: 0
Sub Class: 0
Number of Endpoints: 1
Endpoint Address: 81
Max Packet Size: 0
Markus Rechberger schrieb:
> You won't have much luck without a supported tuner...
> Could you provide some parsed USBSnoop logs?
> Shouldn't be too hard to figure out how this tuner works.
> On 20 Apr 2006 23:06:10 +0100, Rob Bacon <rtb21 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>> On Apr 20 2006, Rob Bacon wrote:
>>> I bought one of these USB pen DVB tuner a while back and recently decided
>>> that I'd like to use this on a linux box. I was wondering if there has
>>> been any luck in getting this to work in the past? Google searches have,
>>> hoever, turned nothing up.
>>> When I look at the packaging and compare it to the Wideview/Yakumo/etc.
>>> type devices, it looks identical in term of remote control and aerial that
>>> come with it.
>>> lsusb returns...
>>> Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0db0:5580 Micro Star International
>>> but none of the drivers available in the 2.6.15 kernel seem to recognise
>>> it. Cheers,
>>> Rob Bacon
>> OK, so I've done a bit more research, and having taken the thing apart, I
>> now know that the two ICs in there are
>> MT352 - Which has been seen in many a DVB-T USB tuner
>> QT1010 - Which is a silicon tuner.
>> I'm assuming that this means that since the MT352 has already got drivers
>> working for it we could just use those? In which case could someone mention
>> how to add the USB VID & PID codes to the correct module (which I assume
>> would be the dtt200u.ko)?
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