[linux-dvb] Re: New Hama stick (Was Re: Hama dvb-t usb stick)
choeger at cs.tu-berlin.de
Mon Oct 9 17:13:51 CEST 2006
i have downloaded the AverMedia driver and patched the id.h, so that it
thought, my stick was an Avermedia a808. This did not work, the driver
bounces out with error -12. I don't know, what exactly error -12 means,
is it an errno? At least I think, this is a sign, that the new Hama
stick differs from the AverMedia device.
Am Donnerstag, den 05.10.2006, 17:59 +0200 schrieb Henning Schröder:
> 2006/10/5, Christoph Höger <choeger at cs.tu-berlin.de>:
> > Is there any kind of pre-release of this driver? Do I need kernel
> > patches? Anyway to test it now?
> I haven't found any in the different branches of the version control
> system. Anyone had more luck?
> But I found a thread about a similar device with DibCom 7700:
> AVerMedia provides a driver on
> But the source only contains object files for the DibCom 7700 part
> (similar to NVidia and ATI with their graphics drivers).
> > Btw: This is what Hama responded to my 'Why the f*** don't you support
> > Linux and what hellish kind of chip is on this device?'(;))-Email:
> > "The chip is kind of buiseness-secret and we don't support Linux for
> > technical reasons not to make our customers angry."
> I got a more polite response from Hama and they confirmed me that the
> stick uses the DibCom 7700B chip. Hopefully this information can help
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