[vdr] Re: Technotrend Premium DVB-C 2300 OT success stories
tengam at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 21:34:52 CET 2005
Thanks for the help. The card sounds usable enough. Actually I was
asking this to help a friend who is setting up a system. I myself am
lucky enough to have a vdr setup with a TT DVB-C 2.1 and a budget
This should get us going.
On 11/22/05, Martin Dauskardt <md001 at gmx.de> wrote:
> > Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 16:27:24 +0200
> > From: Mika Lehtinen <tengam at gmail.com>
> > Subject: [vdr] Technotrend Premium DVB-C 2300 OT success stories
> > To: Klaus Schmidinger's VDR <vdr at linuxtv.org>
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> > Hi,
> > Can anyone recomend buying a Technotrend Premium DVB-C 2300 OT card
> > for use with VDR? Can you get it working? I can't seem to be able to
> > figure out the current driver status from anywhere. It seems, that
> > there are or at least have been tuning and audio issues.
> > It would be great to hear, if someone has had success (tuning, digital
> > & analogue audio, etc.) with the above card and even better to get
> > pointers to working Linux kernel versions / patches.
> > Thanks,
> > Mika
> Hi Mika,
> you should also ask the guys in the linuxtv mailing list
> (linux-dvb at linuxtv.org) !
> this is what I know from www.vdrportal.de:
> -the card (also known as Nexus-CA) works :-)
> -sound via the analog output is only possible with patched drivers. There
> exists an older "quick-and-dirty"-patch, but this patch doesn`t work with
> the current dvb-kernel CVS. I compiled a kernel 2.6.14 with this patched
> driver for LinVDR, and the tester said it works ! You can find the patch at
> -sound via the digital output works since one or two weeks with the current
> dvb-kernel drivers.
> To get both working (analog + digital sound with the same driver) there are
> two possibilities:
> -find somebody who is able to modify the "dirty" analog-patch so that it
> works with the current dvb-kernel
> -wait until a "clean" solution for analog audio is found, so that it can be
> integrated officially in the dvb-kernel CVS
> Hope this helps you!
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