[linux-dvb] Tuning doesn't work with Wideview driver

Jesús Jiménez jesjimenez at gmail.com
Sat Dec 9 01:53:18 CET 2006


No luck, neither adding or substracting works :-(

In fact, under windows the stick's led blinks while scanning, but under linux 
it stays fixed no matter which frequency it scans, so I suppose there's some 
kind of incompatibility between the driver and the hardware. Perhaps my model 
has a hardware revision slightly different from the supported by the driver.

Now, I will try to turn on debug info on the modules to see if I can get more 
information about what's happening...

Thanks anyway
-- 
Jesús Jiménez
jesjimenez at gmail.com

El Viernes, 8 de Diciembre de 2006 22:03, Benjamin Gillam escribió:
> Hi, I have a card with the same ID, mine is  Freecom one. I do not use mine
> as it screws up my system (keyboard stops working, other USB peripherals
> stop working, kernel oopses,...), however, I had similar tuning problems. I
> found that editing the initial tuning data worked. I think I adjusted all
> values by 167k, and that seemed to make it work fine, so try adding or
> subtracting that value from the values in the initial file
> /usr/share/doc/dvb-utils/examples/scan/dvb-t/es-Alfabia (make a new file),
> and see if that helps.
>
> Good luck,
>
> Benjie.
>
> Jesús Jiménez wrote:
> > Hi
> >
> > I recently purchased a Redbell TDT-2Go DVB-T USB stick, as it appeared as
> > Linux-compatible at linuxtv.org Wiki (Wideview driver, USB ID 14aa:0226).
> > I've compiled and installed the latest CVS version of the dvb v4l
> > drivers, and placed the right firmware into the right directory, and it
> > gets loaded successfully.
> >
> > The problem is that, despite the stick is correctly recognized, tuning
> > with the scan utility fails miserably. The output is as follows:
> >



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