[linux-dvb] FusionHDTV DVB-T Dual Digital2
mark at bastardcard.net
Wed Sep 27 16:06:26 CEST 2006
I recieved mine in the mail today, actually, and i've installed it and had
very little success so far.
They've definatly removed the need for the USB cable. What they've done with
the card is include two usb->pci bridges on the card (VIA VT82xxxxx) and
installed two USB tuners on the card. The usb devices have the USB ID
So far i've tried the dvb_usb_cxusb driver with its firmware with no
success. The driver appears to not even acknowledge the card's existance.
I'm still trying to figure out what exactly to do with the card. I'm
certainly open to ideas.
> Hi All
> Just a question for the readers of this list, I have just found out
> that Fusion/DvICO have released the FusionHDTV DVB-T Dual Digital2
> tuner card which is significantly different from the version that I
> bought a few months back (the one where you had to plug the second
> tuner into a spare USB port using a fly lead).
> Has anyone received the new one (they have removed the need for the
> use of the USB cable) and does it work under Linux. I have managed to
> get my version 1 partially working under SuSE 10.1 open source
> edition, but still struggling to get it fully working.
> I also think there is another change but cannot be sure unless I open
> my pc up, but the circuit board shows a VIA chipset on there,
> personally I dont remember one on mine but I could be mistaken.
> Sorry if posted incorrectly, but I am trying to find out as much as I
> can before deciding what to do with my version 1 card.
> Regards to all
> Andrew McDonald (United Kingdom)
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