[linux-dvb] ooops ! New DiB0700-firmware
hftom at free.fr
Wed Aug 1 14:57:16 CEST 2007
Le mercredi 01 août 2007 14:31, Patrick Boettcher a écrit :
> On Wed, 1 Aug 2007, Christophe Thommeret wrote:
> > Le lundi 30 juillet 2007 22:04, Patrick Boettcher a écrit :
> > > Args, stupid mistake.
> > >
> > > It should be fixed (w/o warranty)!
> > >
> > > Patrick.
> > Hi Patrick,
> > I've tried this new firmware with my nova-t stick (DiBcom
> > 7000MA/MB/PA/PB/MC).
> > kernel 2.6.17
> > v4l-dvb from some months ago, hg log says:
> > changeset: 5525:04775fe614d6
> > date: Sun Apr 15 06:09:56 2007 -0700
> > I've modified Kaffeine a bit to do autozap (zap in a loop through a list
> > of 5 channels (one per mux) every 2000ms(+tuning delay)).
> > - With the old firmware, i got a disconnect after 141 channel switch.
> > - With the new (renamed) firmware (md5:
> > 551df6387db5bf5a8ca4d10cc30beaa5), i got NO disconnect after 4723 channel
> > switch. (i stopped there :)
> > So, i feel i can say this issue is fixed for nova-t stick with this new
> > firmware.
> C'est une bonne nouvelle. (Great news)
> Is this autozap feature part of kaffeine's release. It would be nice to
> have that so that a lot of people can make stress tests with their
> hardware and drivers.
The code is commented out in DvbPanel::playLastChannel()
One would just have to uncomment that code (at the top) and comment out the
active code (at bottom).
Then start kaffeine and click the "Play DVB" button on kaffeine' Start page
(channels are not displayed but streamed to avoid involving xine, so make
sure to setup dvb broadcast parameters).
To stop, you have to quit kaffeine.
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