[linux-dvb] LifeView FlyDVB-Trio PC-Card Radio and Remote

hermann pitton hermann-pitton at arcor.de
Tue Jul 31 00:39:41 CEST 2007

Am Samstag, den 28.07.2007, 20:44 +0200 schrieb Roland Caillet: 
> Am Samstag, 28. Juli 2007 schrieben Sie:
> > Wonderful!
> >
> > I'll post a copy to the list that the others know that
> > the Trio cardbus is working with that patch too.
> >
> > For the records, does your version have also analog radio
> > support and does it come with a remote too?
> >
> > Thanks for testing!
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Hermann
> Hello Hermann,
> it's true, but i need a little bit time for testing this.
> first i have to eating something with my child and after i 
> have the hole night for working with my kubuntu 
> feisty-laptop (AMD X2 4800, 2GB)
> THX and greetings
> roland

Hi Roland,

there is no need for any hurry in such case.

If we are still lucky and it follows also for the rest the TRIO PCI
card, LifeView is usually famous for holding such lines, the analog
radio and the other analog inputs should just work.

The remote is another story. There are patches from Eddi @depieri, based
on Henry Wong's and Dwaine's patches previously. Should still work, but
won't go to mainline yet. There are some comments on the lists on what
it hangs. 

Eddi also had one for Steve's HVR3000 repo with Manu's multiproto
support, IIRC.

There is a lot to test on this one, but if once through, we can add it
to auto detection or provide a new card entry if there are differences.

An additional LowNoiseAmplifier, like seen on many other cards recently
could be an issue. Would cause some white flashes from time to time and
noise on analog cable TV and locking problems on DVB-T with else known
good signal. Not reported. So I guess this one is on the flight now too.


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