[linux-dvb] Pinnacle 300i working

tim0m1a tim0m1a at gmx.de
Sun Sep 18 10:31:47 CEST 2005

Am Sat, 17 Sep 2005 09:25:04 -0400 schrieb Michael Krufky  
<mkrufky at linuxtv.org>:

> tim0m1a wrote:
>> [...]
>>> What a sad story.....  This is a v4l issue, cc added.
>>> I appreciate that you have gotten your card working, but this isn't   
>>> really a solution to the problem.  In fact, seeing something like  
>>> this  makes me want to fix the problem the right way, but my hands are  
>>> tied on  this, as I do not know the cause of the problem, or exactly  
>>> what patches  you had to revert in order to fix it, nor do I have the  
>>> hardware to test  this on.
>>> I can take a closer look at this over the weekend, but it would be a   
>>> great service if you could actually go through the cvs and figure out   
>>> exactly what patch breaks support for your card.  If you cannot do  
>>> that,  then if you could at least try to get the absolute very latest  
>>> cvs where  your card still works.... For example:
>>> You can do cvs checkout -D {date}  to specify that cvs should  
>>> checkout  all cvs code where commits are no later than {date} ... If  
>>> you can  identify the FIRST date where cvs is broken for your card,  
>>> that can help  us to identify exactly which patch is the culprit here.
>>> The RIGHT thing to do would be to use this information to apply a new   
>>> patch to cvs that will restore full functionality of your board,  
>>> without  causing any other regressions.
>>  [...]
>>  So far so good...
>>  I installed different CVS-Versions now. Since I installed 2005/07/14,  
>> the  Pinnacle 300i does not run anymore. The following files were  
>> changed in  the 2005/07/14-Snapshot:
> Ah!  On July 15th, we removed all of the dvb frontend code from  
> video4linux cvs.  Since then, I've created tree-merging scripts that  
> allow you to download the latest copy of both cvs trees, and build  
> complete drivers from the merged tree.
> MT352 is among the drivers that have been removed from video4linux cvs.  
>   I take it that you have not yet tried the tree-merging scripts on the  
> latest cvs.  Please try the method outlined in this howto:
> http://linuxtv.org/v4lwiki/index.php/How_to_build_from_CVS
> This should fix the problem for you.  If so, please change your  
> gentoo-wiki-entry to reflect this method.

I am not able to install v4l with frontends the way described in your  
wiki-entry because the merge-trees.sh script is missing in the latest  
CVS-Version I downloaded.

So I will have to try an older snapshot version.



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