[linux-dvb] MSI TV @nywhere a/d support
dwainegarden at rogers.com
Sat Jan 13 19:27:54 CET 2007
I must be blind. I don't see any remote code for the FLYDVB-Trio device. I have the latest v4l-dvb.
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From: Peter Missel <peter.missel at onlinehome.de>
To: video4linux-list at redhat.com
Cc: Trevor Glen <tg at sarugo.net>; linux-dvb at linuxtv.org; Peter D. <peter_s_d at fastmail.com.au>
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2007 5:55:06 PM
Subject: Re: [linux-dvb] MSI TV @nywhere a/d support
Guys, before anyone scratches a hole into their head: The MSI TV at nywhere A/D
is the LifeView FlyDVB-T Hybrid. Remote support, as far as I know, is
identical to the FlyDVB-Trio - keydown on GPIO18 (as I discovered
originally), and keycode fetch through I2C. Code for this has recently been
implemented, as far as I follow things.
Of course the remote is also the one LifeView supplies. I added its definition
quite a while ago, when I worked on the Trio.
Which reminds me - can we call I2C code from the saa7134 IRQ handler yet?
On Friday 12 January 2007 23:10, hermann pitton wrote:
> Am Freitag, den 12.01.2007, 15:38 +1100 schrieb Peter D.:
> > On Friday 12 January 2007 10:35, hermann pitton wrote:
> > [snip]
> > > That might depend on if your au-Adelaide (?) initial scan file is
> > > already tda10046 safe. It needs correct values. Other frontends are
> > > more tolerant and this can break it for you.
> > I forgot about that. I have two tuner cards and they differ in their
> > capabilities when presented with wrong configuration files. Be warned
> > that there are many places that such a config file can be lurking -
> > especially if you are playing with multiple applications.
> > I'm in Melbourne if you are interested in my configuration of Kaffeine.
> > > Usually, if using "scan" from mercurial dvb-apps, it is best to set all
> > > to AUTO there except freq. and bandwidth.
> > >
> > > This works fine for me on all 8MHz transponders, but my single 7MHz one
> > > won't do it that way. Might differ for you. I think people had already
> > > success also with 7MHz stuff.
> > >
> > > Another known pitfall with the tda10046 is that in Australia reportedly
> > > offsets of 167000Hz are in use. You might try with modified scan files
> > > with such positive and negative offsets.
> > >
> > > If all works once, and also the other inputs are tested, to add the
> > > card to auto detection should be a minor problem.
> > > The chip listing in the bttv-gallery.de is also not complete.
> > > I would like to see a candidate for the IR controller ;)
> > Do you want any information about the remote?
> I was wondering if it has also the new KS003 i2c controller like the MSI
> TV at nywhere Plus and so many other cards recently. (KS007 too)
> Now, after looking at Philip's pictures it is obviously something else.
> The 14pin chip with the 16MHz crystal is the IR controller.
> According to Philip the keydown/up is connected to gpio18.
> If mask_keycode 0x0 doesn't reveal anything on the gpios it likely is no
> gpio remote.
> The golden circular marking on the chip makes me believe it could be one
> from MDT. I have a MDT2005ES on a Flyvideo3000, but this one has 18
> instead of 14 pins and clear traces to the gpios.
> Is this one known ? I don't think we saw it yet on analogue cards.
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