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[linux-dvb] Re: Problems with WinTV NOVA-CI
Stefan Taferner wrote:
On Monday 06 December 2004 15:41, Werner Hauger wrote:my Nova non CI (budget+stv0299) has exactly the opposite problems:
I have the same problem here.
I have a Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-CI DVB-S card with Irdeto Euro CAM which
works fine under Windoze with various applications. I'm trying to run
this setup on the standard 2.4.20 Redhat kernel using the dvb-kernel
(linux_2_4 branch) CVS drivers with budget CI code enabled.
Unfortunately at the moment I'm unable to upgrade or use a different
kernel because of some precompiled binary only RAID drivers. Now my
1. The card only delivers data after warm booting Linux from Windoze.
If I cold boot Linux, scan will fail with timeouts and xine finds no
data on /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0. However tuning with szap works (I get
a FE_HAS_LOCK). If I warm boot Linux after having been in Windoze,
scan works, and xine picks up data from /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0 after
tuning with szap -r. Now I also can use VDR with the xine plugin
The other computer has a Nova and a Nexus, and there it works as expected.
But the computer with only a Nova does need a reboot.
To me it seems to be a known problem, but it also seems that up to now no
developer cares :-|
it works only after a cold boot. If I use it in windows and then reboot
I can tune channels, but I can't get anything out of dvr0 .
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE fix this damn mailer:
reply-to is still sent to the author of the message rather than to
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