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==Overview/Features==
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''Discuss the features and facets of the project here ... this means you''
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Multiproto is a proposal for version 3.3 of the linux DVB API which includes extensions for cards which support multiple DVB protocols (DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-T, DVB-C, DVB-H, ATSC, DSS).
 
Multiproto is a proposal for version 3.3 of the linux DVB API which includes extensions for cards which support multiple DVB protocols (DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-T, DVB-C, DVB-H, ATSC, DSS).
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It is an experimental project and is not currently implemented in any released version of Linux. No firm plan has been made for its inclusion in Linux.
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===Design Decisions===
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''explain the choices made ... this means you''
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===Technical Details===
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''give a technical description of how the API change has been implemented ... this means you''
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===Evaluation===
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''explain whether the design goals have been met or not ... this means you''
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===Migration Plan===
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''explain how a migration from the current API to multiproto could be achieved ... this means you''
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===Identification===
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''provide the relevant output here ...  this means you''
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==Making it Work==
  
 
How to get it:
 
How to get it:
  
 
  hg clone http://jusst.de/hg/multiproto
 
  hg clone http://jusst.de/hg/multiproto
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===Drivers===
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There are currently no in-kernel multiproto drivers. 
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''Provide details of which drivers work with multiproto ... this means you''
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''provide the details of where the drivers and patches and necessary tools are available ... this means you''
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''provide details of how to compile for recent kernels -- this means you''
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===Sample kernel output===
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''provide the relevant portion of dmesg here''
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===Tuner / DiSEqC / Player support===
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''provide general details of how to upgrade multimedia applications to work with the new API ... this means you''
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''provide specific details of how to use with scan, szap, mplayer, VDR, MythTV and Kaffeine here -- this means you''
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''provide details of how to use with DiSEqC -- this means you''
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==External Links==

Revision as of 00:25, 23 January 2008

Overview/Features

Discuss the features and facets of the project here ... this means you

Multiproto is a proposal for version 3.3 of the linux DVB API which includes extensions for cards which support multiple DVB protocols (DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-T, DVB-C, DVB-H, ATSC, DSS).

It is an experimental project and is not currently implemented in any released version of Linux. No firm plan has been made for its inclusion in Linux.

Design Decisions

explain the choices made ... this means you

Technical Details

give a technical description of how the API change has been implemented ... this means you

Evaluation

explain whether the design goals have been met or not ... this means you

Migration Plan

explain how a migration from the current API to multiproto could be achieved ... this means you

Identification

provide the relevant output here ... this means you

Making it Work

How to get it:

hg clone http://jusst.de/hg/multiproto

Drivers

There are currently no in-kernel multiproto drivers.

Provide details of which drivers work with multiproto ... this means you

provide the details of where the drivers and patches and necessary tools are available ... this means you

provide details of how to compile for recent kernels -- this means you


Sample kernel output

provide the relevant portion of dmesg here

Tuner / DiSEqC / Player support

provide general details of how to upgrade multimedia applications to work with the new API ... this means you

provide specific details of how to use with scan, szap, mplayer, VDR, MythTV and Kaffeine here -- this means you

provide details of how to use with DiSEqC -- this means you


External Links