[linux-dvb] Hauppauge Nova-T stick variants
simbloke at googlemail.com
Tue Nov 13 20:57:25 CET 2007
On 13/11/2007, Darren Salt <linux at youmustbejoking.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> [relevant context restored]
> I demand that Simeon Walker may or may not have written...
> >> I demand that Simeon Walker may or may not have written...
> >>> Can anyone tell me about the different versions of the Nova-T USB Stick?
> >>> I see the model 00294 at a few shops in the UK and that seems to be
> >>> supported, but I also sometimes see the model 99063 called the WinTV
> >>> Nova-T Stick Lite. Is this version supported?
> >> The former definitely is; I have no idea about the latter. Of course, you
> >> could always test one and report back (with the USB ID)...
> > I believe it may be a model 00294 without the remote control.
> Hmm? Mine wasn't supplied with a remote control, and there's no evidence that
> it should have been.
Ok, I have the stick now and it looks like it should work. It's in a
plain white box labelled:
On the back of the it says:
M/R: 70009/C1B5 #4906
Here is what's shown in the syslog, and now you'll see why I only say
it looks like it should work...
Nov 13 18:33:23 backend kernel: [ 858.065957] dib0700: loaded with
support for 2 different device-types
Nov 13 18:33:23 backend kernel: [ 858.156268] dvb-usb: found a
'Hauppauge Nova-T Stick' in cold state, will try to load a firmware
Nov 13 18:33:23 backend kernel: [ 858.159935] dvb-usb: downloading
firmware from file 'dvb-usb-dib0700-01.fw'
Nov 13 18:33:24 backend kernel: [ 859.584467] dib0700: firmware
Nov 13 18:33:25 backend kernel: [ 860.087302] dvb-usb: found a
'Hauppauge Nova-T Stick' in warm state.
Nov 13 18:33:25 backend kernel: [ 860.088193] dvb-usb: This USB2.0
device cannot be run on a USB1.1 port. (it lacks a hardware PID
Nov 13 18:33:25 backend kernel: [ 860.088808] dvb-usb: Hauppauge
Nova-T Stick error while loading driver (-19)
Nov 13 18:33:25 backend kernel: [ 860.089078] usbcore: registered new
interface driver dvb_usb_dib0700
Yes, my trusty old SuperMicro board really is old! No USB2.
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