[linux-dvb] How do I get the USB part/device of the DViCO DVB-T
HDTV Dual digital card to work?
tg at sarugo.net
Tue Apr 11 03:06:10 CEST 2006
I definitely have the card working with a 220.127.116.11 kernel.
The only thing that I can suggest is that you make sure you've plugged
the USB cable from the card into your internal USB jumpers on the
I don't have the remote working (see my earlier post), but both tuners
work in myth.
Shanon Mulley wrote:
> I'm not expert with dvb cards, but I have this card, and have it
> working, with Fedora.
> Prior to the current kernel version (2.6.16-1), I had to patch the dvb
> drivers as laid out in the instructions here:
> However, with the current kernel, I beleive the dvb drivers have
> support for this card. (I didnt have to re-patch the dvb like I did in
> the past). You may still have to follow the instructions stated
> previously to do with thet dvb firmware for the usb bit (the bit with
> "get_dvb_firmware bluebird"). I'll copy that segment of the
> instructions I wrote for myself (these work in Fedora 4):
> 8) Change to the "/sbin/v4l-dvb/linux/Documentation/dvb" directory.
> 9) Make the get_dvb_firmware script executable: "chmod +x get_dvb_firmware"
> 10) Run the script with the command "./get_dvb_firmware bluebird"
> 11) Copy the resulting file to the /lib/firmware directory, using the
> command "cp dvb-usb-bluebird-01.fw /lib/firmware/"
> On 4/10/06, James Buckley <james at logicland.co.uk> wrote:
>>On Sunday 09 April 2006 23:00, you wrote:
>>>can you send me a picture of your device and further info for inclusion
>>Sure, I have a 5megapixel camera so the photos shouldn't be a problem. The
>>only thing is opening the metal cases. I've only had the card for about 5
>>days, and would like to keep the waranty for a little longer :P. I'll photo
>>everything I can though.
>>I'll post later, as I'm going to bed now.
>>Thanks for all the replys, James
>>>- picture of the device, the device top/ bottom/ backside (high
>>>resolution pics if feasible)
>>>- lsusb -v (cold and warm)
>>>- if feasible picture of device inside: pcb upper side and back side
>>>(open at your own risk)
>>>- picture of the package
>>>- if feasible "*.INF" files from the Windows Driver CD
>>>James Buckley wrote:
>>>>I recently joined this mailing list so I could hopefully find an answer to
>>>>How do I get the USB part/device of the DViCO HTDV DVB-T Dual digital to
>>>>I have looked through the archives, but I have only found people who have
>>>>had *problems* setting their cards. I'm extremely new to DVB-T in linux,
>>>>and have successfully got the PCI part of my DViCO to work, (Worked out
>>>>of the box with 2.6.16 + Fedora, and Gentoo worked with a CVS snapshot of
>>>>v4l), however I cannot find any instructions on how to get the USB
>>>>section to work. I know that support exists, according to
>>>>http://www.itee.uq.edu.au/~chrisp/Linux-DVB/DVICO/ there has been support
>>>>from 2006/01/09 (date of the post).
>>>>Please could someone tell me what I need to do to get the USB half of my
>>>>DViCO Dual digital to work. IE, what kernel modules I need to load, any
>>>>any patching I need to do.
>>>>I'm sorry if this information is already in the archives, just I've looked
>>>>for ages and could not find any.
>>>>Thanks in advance, James
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