[linux-dvb] Nebula DigiTV USB devs
fraser at jameswhite.plus.com
Sun Mar 12 21:36:28 CET 2006
Thanks for the response
I was surprised at the need to rename the firmware since when I was
trying to get it working with the cvs tree in december was around the
time the 02 firmware was implemented. Had to give up for a while though,
bigger fish to fry and all.
I cloned the hg on friday as per the instructions so what I've got is
what it's got. Not sure why it wants the 01 firmware but I didn't expect
renaming it to work as I think they were different filesizes (weren't
However, as this is my first attempt to get a dvb device running in
linux I didn't realise that not all devices were necessary. In light of
that I have persevered a bit and am getting some results now so it
appear the drivers are working. Thanks for all your help in the past.
Patrick Boettcher wrote:
> Hi Fraser,
> On Sun, 12 Mar 2006, Fraser White wrote:
>> Maybe i should add that my digitv usb is the nxt6000 version since
>> I've noticed it may be the difference that means mine doesn't work.
> I don't have any digitv usb box, but some people reported success with
> your kind of box.
>> Fraser White wrote:
>>> I'm using the latest mercurial tree, on 2.6.15-1.1833_FC4 kernel,
>>> dvb-usb-digitv-02.fw renamed to dvb-usb-digitv-01.fw.
> That is an indication that you are not using the drivers from hg. They
> are requesting dvb-usb-digitv-02.fw and not dvb-usb-digitv-01.fw .
>>> The device initialised ok but not all devices in /dev/dvb/adapter0
>>> are created. Only demux0, dvr0, and net0 are created.
> Also that is normal. The box is only a receiver and no decoder, you
> need some software player to do something and for that demux0, dvr0
> and net0 is enough.
> Did you try to scan using dvbscan or something basic like this?
> Mail: patrick.boettcher at desy.de
> WWW: http://www.wi-bw.tfh-wildau.de/~pboettch/
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