[linux-dvb] Pinnacle dual Hybrid pro PCI-express - linuxTV!

CityK CityK at rogers.com
Sun Jan 20 22:02:26 CET 2008

romain.matu at free.fr wrote:
> Okay, I did everything you ask,
> here is the link to the wiki page :
> http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Pinnacle_Dual_Hybrid_Pro_PCI_Express
> If something is missing, don't hesitate to tell me!
> Selon CityK <CityK at rogers.com>:
>> romain.matu at free.fr wrote:
>>> Hello
>>> I red this on the wiki of Linuxtv.org:
>>> "If you own one or more devices from the following list and you want to
>> help
>>> with support development, please contact the linux-dvb Mailing list."
>>> Actually I own a Pinnacle dual hybrid pro PCIe (3010i) that is not
>> supported by
>>> linux. I must watch TV under windows, and I hope one day I could watch it
>> under
>>> Linux (my os = ubuntu x64) !
>>> Therefore, I propose my help to develop the linuxTV project, even if I
>> don't
>>> really know what I can do...
>> Hi Romain,
>> Thank you for contacting the list. The initial steps you can take to
>> help are:
>> a) provide the relevant output of:
>> "lspci -vvn" -- which will provide the subsystem ID info, as well as
>> confirm the PCIe bridge
>> and from "dmesg" -- which may provide some other info about detected
>> components upon the card
>> b) visually identify and report what components are being used on the card
>> c) start off an article for the card in the wiki
>> (http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Pinnacle_Dual_Hybrid_Pro_PCI_Express)
>> and hopefully also be able to upload some images of the device to that
>> article.
>> After which, everyone will be in a much better position to advise from
>> there. Hopefully the components are similar to other supported devices,
>> and it may be a question of some minor tinkering to get it supported.
>> However, as support for PCIe based devices is relatively immature, it is
>> more likely not to be such a case. But still, your device may be
>> decently similar or related to someone's work (or interests) that they
>> may be able to help you out in regards to support development -- but
>> there is no guarantee. First things first though; lets see what info you
>> can provide.
>> Cheers

Hi Romain,

1) Please don't top post
2) Please don't drop the mailing list from your reply (use the "reply 
all" feature of your email client)
3) To more accurately reflect the device's name, I've moved the wiki 
page to:

In addition, I've applied our standard formatting for device articles.  
As opposed to external links to your page, would you like to upload the 
pictures to the wiki, as well as transfer over the text of the lspci 
output etc..

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