[linux-dvb] dvb-apps questions
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Thu Jun 7 07:43:04 CEST 2007
while I was browsing udev I came up with this primitive way:
echo "frontend0 : v=$f0vendor dev=$f0device "
lspci -d $f0vendor:$f0device
echo "frontend1 : v=$f1vendor dev=$f1device "
lspci -d $f1vendor:$f1device
which more-or-less gave me what I wanted.. interesting enought the cheaper Airstar PCI
card performs better then DNTV hybrid
On 7/06/2007 12:20 PM, Michelle Dupuis wrote:
> Have you tried 'udevinfo' ? That will give you the specs on any device.
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> Subject: Re: [linux-dvb] dvb-apps questions
> Any idea on Q3:
> Q3. if I have two DVB devices how can I determine what device this maps?
> What device manufacturer is adapter0?
> is this stored somewhere in /proc filesystem?
> I have two cards and adapter0 performs better than adapter1 but I want to be
> sure which that is.
> I could try guessing from the dmesg log... but not sure must be some better
> On 6/06/2007 6:48 PM, Chris Malarky wrote:
>> Hi Paul,
>> On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 13:02 +1000, Paul wrote:
>>> I have a few questions and suggestions now I see some activity on the
>>> Q.1 tzap
>>> This seems loop indefinately can we also have option to limit the
>>> output to a count or duration eg -count 10 or -time 5 secs
>> Have you tried using the -x option? tzap tunes and then exits.
>> However, I think you have to load the dvb-core module with
>> dvb_shutdown_timeout set to 0, otherwise the signal is lost again.
>> A count (as well as the human-readable option you asked for the other
>> day) already exists in femon - perhaps you could do a 'tzap -x',
>> followed by an 'femon -h -C ...'?
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