[linux-dvb] Re: More than 2Gb problem (dvb related) ?

Markus Rechberger mrechberger at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 22:46:33 CEST 2007


just for the completeness, what does dmesg show up?
You forgot to mention what device you have too...

Markus

On 4/27/07, Gregoire Favre <Gregoire.Favre at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I have a computer (mother Asus Commando) with 4x1Gb Ram.
>
> If I start without the BIOS remap memory, my BIOS and linux just see 2Gb
> of ram, and DVB apps works just great.
>
> When I enable the remapping of the memory, my BIOS and linux just see
> the whole 4Gb but then, I can tune to any transponder without problem,
> but I am unable to get a TS...
>
> I have tested it with vdr/kaffeine/mplayer.
>
> szap/kaffeine/vdr get the lock just well.
>
> I had already asked about this on just linux-dvb ml, but maybe I am the
> first one to try DVB with a system with more than 2 Gb as I didn't
> receive any further info as someone get it working or not with such
> amount of ram.
>
> Anyone got an idea on what could be done to solve this issue ?
>
> PLEASE CC to me all message in lkml as I am not subscribed to this ml :)
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