First : hardware:
Via epia M1000
VIA two slot PCI riser card (default jumper setting)
Hauppauge DVB-S installed at bottom slot
Hauppauge PVR350 at top slot.
Using C’t distri (support for analog plugin)
The DVB-S card works fine but the PVR stays dead.
Added ivtv driver in /etc/modules
VDR shows a lot of Exx and Sxx channels in the channel list but have no clue if they belong to the analog
plugin or not. If I select one of these then VDR reports ‘Can’t start transfer’
Stopped VDR /etc/init.d/vdr stop
Unloaded DVB driver modprobe –r dvb
Unloaded ivtv driver modprobe –r ivtv
Started again, first ivtv driver, then restart vdr (which starts the DVB driver automatically)
Still no go, DVB-S starts to play as usual, no PVR.
Strange note on the ivtv driver related to the siemens dvb-c analog plugin.
The ivtv driver can detect the PVR350 tuner, the saa7114 and a msp3418w.
Ring…ring. Now what was on that siemens analog module?
Ah… a saa7113h and msp3403c.
Both are configured via I2C port as slaves.
So am I wrong to think that ivtx could handle the siemens analog module with some minor tweaking
in the registers of these chips? It’s clear that the PVR350 uses later versions with more options.
On VDR and prolly also plugin side (can’t check that since it did not work <sigh>)
DVB-S no channel search on transponder or all transponders on the selected satellite.
PVR probably the same… no auto channel detection.
Well, at least VDR runs smoothly, thanks for that Klaus.
If someone has an idea how to get that PVR running……….
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