mkrufky at linuxtv.org
Wed Apr 11 23:29:35 CEST 2007
Mauro Carvalho Chehab wrote:
> Em Qua, 2007-04-11 às 10:44 -0400, Michael Krufky escreveu:
>> Brett Taylor wrote:
>>>> Out of curiosity, what happens if you switch RF inputs? There was a
>>>> patch submitted about two weeks or so ago that may have affect the RF
>>>> inputs on your card ... Though, I don't think that it would have been
>>>> picked up and made it into the gentoo sources just yet , but I could be
>>>> wrong, so it is worthwhile looking into this. Mike Krufky would
>>>> probably have an idea about it.
>> All linuxtv.org repositories have broken behavior for the TUV1236d NIM.
>> This includes ATSC110 and ATi HDTV Wonder.
>> The code is CORRECT, in this repository:
>> This fix has already been merged into 2.6.20.y -stable kernel series, AND 2.6.21-rc
>> It isn't yet in the v4l-dvb master branch, but it will get there eventually.
> I'll pull from your tree when you ask me.
> Btw, we still need to do the proper fix, removing tuv1236d code from
Just to reiterate to all users, this changeset corrects the rf input switching
problems on both the KWorld ATSC110 and the ATi HDTV Wonder.
Please pull from:
- [PATCH] nxt200x: fix rf input switching
nxt200x.c | 4 ++--
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
...to fix the TUV1236d code, bringing it up to speed with the kernel. ...I
imported that changeset directly from hg on kernel.org, so I forgot to add the
'kernel-sync' tag before pushing it up. (otherwise, I would have asked for the
pull earlier) ... but given the demand, and the fact that I'll be away from my
dev box for the next few days, I wont be able to re-push it till I get back.
Please just make note of the fact that "[PATCH] nxt200x: fix rf input switching
" is a kernel-sync patch, that Linus already has it in his tree.
As for 2.6.22 ... I have an alternate idea that I sent to Trent in private for
his review... He expressed some ideas on ways to improve my patch. Trent and I
are going to discuss this a bit before I post the new patch to the mailing list.
After that is all done, pending approval by the other dvb developers, then I'll
send it on to you.
Also, please note: m1k.net is down, and it might be permanent. Please refrain
from using my @m1k.net email address (at least, for now), as it's unlikely that
I'll ever receive that mail.
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