Fw: [linux-dvb] Problem with Kworld ATSC-110
dwainegarden at rogers.com
Fri Jan 5 11:46:22 CET 2007
The issue with reporting of a unusable analog input was my fault. I was working on the ir remote part of the card.
Then I saw your message and responded. A little miss coding on my part. I was half in the bag on New Years when I finished it off. This week I should have (hopefully) the final ir remote patch completed.
I'm going to fix up the patch and let people on the list take a look at it. I have learned that it's better to have a couple of eyes take a look before submission.
The Kworld ATSC110 is a great HDTV card. I have been using my cards for months. For the money I think it's one of the best out there. Both analog/digital connections and a great remote.
A purchase that I can look back on and smile.
----- Original Message ----
From: CityK <CityK at rogers.com>
To: hermann pitton <hermann-pitton at arcor.de>
Cc: Linux and Kernel Video <video4linux-list at redhat.com>; Dwaine Garden <dwainegarden at rogers.com>; linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
Sent: Friday, January 5, 2007 12:44:24 AM
Subject: Re: Fw: [linux-dvb] Problem with Kworld ATSC-110
hermann pitton wrote:
> it was just a typo adding the card to this case statement instead to the
> above one for the i2c remotes in saa7134_board_init1 saa7134-cards.c.
> It is already fixed in the followup patch and really did nothing else
> than the print out. I pointed to it on the video4linux-list, but forgot
> the copy for the linux-dvb ML.
Thanks Hermann .... I guess I originally missed/overlooked your v4l
reply, but checking back I do see it now!
Of interest to John, Dwaine and other users, I checked the card's entry
on the MythTV wiki
(http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/index.php/Kworld_ATSC_110) and it has a
recent addition that cites that support for the analog side of the card
has recently been added to the SVN. See:
> Hello Everyone,
> I'm having a problem getting the NTSC part of
> the card working. .... I can scan OTA channels with the top RF input but I
> can't get any NTSC signal from the RF bottom input. I
> can't figure out why it created the video0 socket yet
> it can't detect any signal.
John, take note of the part in the MythTV wiki entry about the F connectors
There was some discussion about the configuration of the Philips TUV
1236D frontend a while back. Read through this thread for details:
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