[linux-dvb] HVR 4000
u.schmeling at online.de
Thu Feb 8 09:24:39 CET 2007
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Gregoire Favre wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 07, 2007 at 02:32:17PM -0500, Michael Krufky wrote:
>> Use the tree that actually includes support for the hvr4000 ;-)
> Before posting here, I did try it, but as it five months old, it don't
> compil against my 2.6.20 kernel anymore...
>> Why would you use Hans' tree for this? The code in ~hverkuil/v4l-dvb2 has
>> nothing to do with your device.
> Because I am higly interested in dvbs2, I don't really need (right now)
> analog neither dvb-t on my card...
>> Steve Toth's multiproto tree is an experimental development branch that should
>> work for your device.
> Well... maybe I should go for an older kernel then ?
> I also tried ~manu/stb0899-c6 which also didn't compil... and the only
> remaining choice was http://linuxtv.org/hg/~hverkuil/v4l-dvb2 which for
> example claim to support HVR-4000.
>> I hope this helps,
> Well, it should, but now, I am a bit lost : the "devel" repo outside the
> one I tried seems all more or less dead project, I don't really know
> what exactly to try. Maybe http://linuxtv.org/hg/~stoth/hvr3000 ???
> Thank you very much,
have the same problem. Tried the following
1.) Patched my 2.6.18 (SuSe 10.2) kernel with Stevens multiproto patch
result: HVR4000 is detected, you may use the dvb part of the card then.
However you need to load an additional firmware file, which doesn't seem
to be available. --> doesn't work
2.) Using a standard 2.6.20 kernel and specifying card-type 53 activates
the DVB-T part which seems to work (see wiki note about HVR4000)
Hope there will be more development for this card in the near future,
but from my point of knowledge the restrictive publications from
connexant (the producer of the chipset) seems to be the problem.
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