[linux-dvb] Fix for DST
raidoz at hot.ee
Fri Aug 4 11:10:55 CEST 2006
It's a version 2031(0) and it's not broken because I have one set of
older drivers installed with an older kernel that work(had to be
modified to work though - check the list archive for my post). What I'm
trying to do with the newer ones, is to get the CAM functioning. I only
have 3 free channels out of some 60.
Zoilo Gomez wrote:
> Raido wrote:
>> The circular dependency has been fixed. Unfortunately I'm still
>> unable to tune with my Cab-CI. I'm getting the feeling that I have
>> some strange version of this card(sent a msg to the list about my
>> woes a while back). Might be some timeout issue, because it seems
>> that I get the tuning failed message way too quickly. Is there a
>> place I could increase the timeout?
> Is this Twinhan Cab-CI you have?
> You may want to check that you have version 2031(0), and not 2033
> (Mantis, different chip-set, not supported yet).
> If you do have 2031: I had tuning problems with 2031 as well, it
> appeared that my card was broken.
>> Trent Piepho wrote:
>>> There is currently a problem with the dst driver, it has a circular
>>> dependency with dst and dst_ca that keeps it from working. There
>>> are also
>>> a few other problems, but not as serious.
>>> Someone is working on a fix, but it's broken now and I've had a fix
>>> for several days. So if you want something now, try this.
>>> The last two patches at http://linuxtv.org/hg/~tap/dst should fix
>>> all the dst issues. I do not have a dst to test it with, but I think
>>> I got everything right. Famous last words, I know.
>>> Fixed are:
>>> Circular dependency, modules can actually load now
>>> The dst-ca device wasn't unregisted when the driver was
>>> Module use count would go up by two when dst_ca device
>>> is opened.
>>> Failure of dvb_register_device will be handled correctly
>>> The dvb_attach() system will work for the dst-ca. If you
>>> have a DST with no CA, you don't need to load the dst-ca driver.
>>> If you don't use dvb_detach, everything will work too.
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>>> linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
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