[linux-dvb] No /dev/dvb/ with DViCO Fusion HDTV DVB-T Plus,
scook at powerband.net.au
Thu Jun 15 11:06:32 CEST 2006
> Simon is suggesting that you apply the patch located at:
> Please let us know if this fixes it for you.
Thanks a lot for your help, I'll run the patch shortly.
Just to clear things up completely; will I need to recompile my kernel after
running this patch, or re-run the Chris' driver installer (or both?), or
should I just run the patch and reboot?
From: Michael Krufky [mailto:mkrufky at linuxtv.org]
Sent: Thursday, 15 June 2006 2:30 AM
To: Simon Arlott
Cc: scook at powerband.net.au; linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
Subject: Re: [linux-dvb] No /dev/dvb/ with DViCO Fusion HDTV DVB-T Plus,
Simon Arlott wrote:
> On 14/06/06 16:16, Michael Krufky wrote:
>> Samuel Cook wrote:
>>> Apologies if this list is not the correct place for troubleshooting.
>>> If it is not, please let me know and I'll redirect my queries elsewhere.
>>> I'm having a lot of trouble getting my DViCo Fusion DVB-T Plus
>>> loaded properly. It appears to be the 1.1 revision (the chip ends
>>> with a -39 rather than a -19, which I believe is the indicator).
>>> The card is detected; lspci gives correct information about the
>>> card, and /dev/v4l/video0 and vbi0 exist. The problem is that
>>> /dev/dvb/ is not getting created.
>> I believe your problem is simply due to the fact that cx88-dvb isn't
>> loading automatically... try:
>> modprobe cx88-dvb
>> ...then what happens?
> It's compiled into the kernel... I suspect his problem is the same as the
one I have, dvb-core is not initialised before it is used to created the
> On 07/06/06 13:45, Johannes Stezenbach wrote:
>> On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 12:36:27AM +0100, Simon Arlott wrote:
>>> The init function in dvbdev isn't called until after saa7134-dvb has
>>> finished initialising, so devices can't be registered properly.
>>> No-one else has replied about this yet and someone might the patch I
>>> made useful so here it is.
>> I think a much simpler way to fix this would be to change
> Edit drivers/media/dvb/dvbdev.c
Simon is suggesting that you apply the patch located at:
Please let us know if this fixes it for you.
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