[linux-dvb] Nebula DigiTV USB Driver
m_j_hutchinson2003 at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jun 2 19:18:34 CEST 2005
On Thursday 02 Jun 2005 09:20, Patrick Boettcher wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Michael Hutchinson wrote:
> > No that's all. I've been trying to look into this a little futher and it
> > appears that contary what's stated in the log messages the firmware is
> > not loading. The criteria for the main for loop in routine
> > usb_cypress_load_firmware
> Where did you get the firmware? The correct firmware size is 4965 bytes.
I'm using the file DigiUSB.bix from the Nebula SDK renamed as
> I think your firmware is wrong. The one I mean (in CVS) is 0 at offset 4.
Which file in CVS? There isn't a dvb-usb-digitv-01.fw in dvb-kernel/firmawre.
> > I can get a little bit further if I initialise the device in Windows and
> > then reboot in linux. In this case the following messages are written to
> > the log:
> > dvb-usb: found a 'Nebula Electronics uDigiTV DVB-T USB2.0)' in warm
> > state. dvb-usb: will pass the complete MPEG2 transport stream to the
> > demuxer. DVB: registering new adapter (Nebula Electronics uDigiTV DVB-T
> > USB2.0)). dvb-usb: no frontend was attached by 'Nebula Electronics
> > uDigiTV DVB-T USB2.0)'
> > dvb-usb: schedule remote query interval to 1000 msecs.
> > dvb-usb: Nebula Electronics uDigiTV DVB-T USB2.0) successfully
> > initialized and connected.
> > usbcore: registered new driver Nebula Electronics uDigiTV DVB-T USB2.0
> > device
> Did you activate debugging for the dvb-usb.ko-module? (debug=0x03)
Yes debugging was activated.
> Please apply the attached patch before your next try. It should fix a
> problem I created.
The patch made no difference to the messages produced from a warm start.
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