[linux-dvb] Anysee E30C Plus (Re: DVB-C developers interested in receiving an USB adapter for hacking?)]
heikki.brotkin at iki.fi
Sat Oct 13 19:17:19 CEST 2007
My board is not Plus model but plain DVB-T version without CI.
On PCB it says:
and board id output is:
02 02 01
So it seems to be the same as reported by models with MT352?
Antti Palosaari wrote:
> Terve Heikki & others
> Thank you for reporting. That was not a big surprise because MT352 is
> replaced by MT353 aka ZL10353. I have got logs from zl10353 Anysee E30
> Plus device with "board id": 06 01 00. Heikki, can you check if your
> device has same board id and whether or not it has CI (Plus model). Also
> revision of board would be nice to know. It is printed on the PCB near USB
> I will add this support to driver in next few days, after I have analyzed
> logs I have.
> Current driver will write error to message log if board is unknown. If
> this occurs please report and help find out all hardware revisions /
> Regards Antti Palosaari
> la 13.10.2007 16:20 Heikki Brotkin kirjoitti:
>> Antti Palosaari wrote:
>>> Here comes the second test version. It has now remote control support.
>>> My next plan is to fix TDA10023 issue correctly. After that I will try
>>> to add Anysee DVB-T support also. All Anysee devices seems to be
>>> rather similar (demod & tuner of course differs).
>>> - put required TDA10023 options configurable
>>> - add Anysee E30 DVB-T device support
>>> - add Common Interface (CI) support
>>> - fixes overall
>>> Please test and report whether or not it works.
>> Hi Antti + list,
>> First of all thanks of the work you all have been doing.
>> I just tried your version of the Anysee driver on my E30 DVB-T card. I
>> have understood that it works for some people. According to my
>> experiments it seems that my device does not have mt352 but zl10353
>> module. Frontend was missing during the first tests. I did some crude
>> hacks to the anysee.c file (practically switching mt352 to zl10353) and
>> managed to make my card work.
>> It's most likely not a big task to make it work on both versions but I
>> think it's better that it's done by someone who has done changes before.
>> I'm happy to give testing and other support if needed. There is some
>> Finnish discussion going on on Finnish Ubuntu forum.
>> I attach the hacked file in case someone wants to try it out.
>> Best Regards,
>> linux-dvb mailing list
>> linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
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