[linux-dvb] nova-s-plus

Michael Krufky mkrufky at linuxtv.org
Tue Jan 31 03:09:20 CET 2006


Heiner Wulfhorst wrote:
> Hello everybody!
> 
> I'm new to this list, so please don't kill me if i behave wrong! ;)
> 
> I'm here because i just bought a hauppauge nova-s-plus dvb-s pci-card.
> On windows it seems to work, so hardware should be ok.
> On Linux it doesn't seem to be recognized correctly.
> 
> After too manyhours of trying, googling, crying, ... i'm here, looking for help.
> Please, make my tv-card work! 

Ah, dont worry...  Support for that card is queued up for official 
release in linux kernel 2.6.16 ... In the meantime, you can update your 
v4l/dvb drivers by using our cvs repository.  Instructions located here:


http://linuxtv.org/v4lwiki/index.php/How_to_build_from_CVS

Please keep this in mind:

This cvs repo is current as of a few days ago.  We will no longer be 
updating the sources in v4l-dvb cvs, as we have migrated to the 
Mercurial SCM.

http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb

You dont have to use Hg yet, as the code in cvs already has support for 
your card, the Nova-S-Plus, however, I do recommend that if you need any 
updates in the future, to use our new mercurial repository. (Hg for short)

We haven't updates all of the online howto's with instructions, but 
here's a quickie:

First, install mercurial.  Then, you're basically going to want to 
follow all of the directions in the cvs howto, except remove all of 
those cvs command, and use these instead:

To fetch the repo for the first time:

hg clone http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb

To update the sources later on:

cd v4l-dvb
hg pull

...Mauro wrote up a howto on this link:

http://linuxtv.org/cvs.php

This should help.

-Michael Krufky



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