[linux-dvb] TT S-1401 problem with kernel 2.6.24 ???

mkrufky at linuxtv.org mkrufky at linuxtv.org
Tue Apr 8 23:01:54 CEST 2008

hermann pitton wrote:
> Hi,
> Am Freitag, den 04.04.2008, 19:59 +0200 schrieb Oliver Endriss:
>> Michael Krufky wrote:
>>> On Fri, Apr 4, 2008 at 8:56 AM, Michael Krufky <mkrufky at linuxtv.org>
>>>>  Guys,
>>>>  Please test this patch against -stable.
>>>>  I don't have this hardware, or any way to test this myself, so I will
wait on your feedback before sending this to the -stable team.  (Please try
to test it and get back to me quickly -- I'd like to send this over before
the review cycle begins)
>>> I also uploaded the patch to linuxtv.org, in case of mailer
>>> Please test.
>> The following devices are affected by the patch:
>> driver: budget
>> - Technontrend DVB-S 1401, pci subsystem id: 13c2:1018
>> driver ttusb2:
>> - USB_PID_PCTV_400E
>> - USB_PID_PCTV_450E
>> driver: saa7134
>> - SAA7134_BOARD_MD7134_BRIDGE_2
>> Sorry, cannot do any tests, I do not own any of these devices.
>> CU
>> Oliver
> good, we are likely not dead by external bureaucracy then, but explicit
> tests on 2.6.24 are needed.
> For saa7134 only the FLYBVBS_LR300 and the FLYDVB_TRIO are on 2.6.24.
> Here are two slightly different versions of the MEDION_MD8800_QUADRO,
> one in an orange MSI nforce3 amd64 and one in a normal PCI slot, means
> only the first 16be:0007 subdevice is functional, but I can use the
> second LNB connector for loop through to an external receiver.
> Also one of the new Medion/Creatix triple CTX948 low profile PCI cards,
> a version sold in Austria, which is auto detected as 16be:0005 and
> covered by the MD8800 config. We might add it to the name string.
> I would have to down port all our new stuff, including isl6405 support,
> to 2.6.24 and likely that is not the sort of test intended.
> BTW, the patch in question is in 2.6.25, but none of the new DVB-S
> support.
> Andrew, since you are waiting for the fix on 2.6.24, can you test the
> patch on and report?

...all of this noise was made, and now not a single person is willing to 
test the proposed solution?

I don't think that there will be many more 2.6.24.y releases.  I have an 
ivtv patch queued for, and this tda10086 patch is sitting in my 
outbox, waiting for test results.

I suspect that 2.6.25 will be released in a few days, after which, 
2.6.24.y -stable release turnaround gets slower and slower, and most 
likely will end by the time 2.6.26 is released.

If you want this fixed, then the fix needs testing .... NOW.



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