[linux-dvb] m920x device: Genius TVGo DVB-T02Q
aet at rasterburn.org
Sun Dec 2 08:11:22 CET 2007
Here are some tips that might help:
- check that endpoint, buffersize and type match "lsusb -v" output and
usbsnoop logs if you are not sure what endpoint is being used
- mess with pid filters(on/off) and use dvbsnoop or dvbstream(both are
for different types of debugging) to see what pids streams you get
- enable debugging on dvb_usb and dvb_core(especially check that it's
sending/receiving urbs and so on)
- check if there's something special windows driver does with pid
If none of this helps, there might be some problem with zl10353
sending data to m9206. You can also use "cat /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0" to
do quick checks.
On Sat, 1 Dec 2007 18:01:04 +0100
"Román" <roman.pena.perez at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I need some help. It's the first time I try to hack a kernel module.
> Pere Blay and I are trying to get a Genius DVB-T device (TVGo t02q)
> working, and we're almost done (I think), but I'm stalled right now.
> As I didn't get any responses from Aapo, I was wondering if some of
> the more experinced hackers on this list could give us any advices.
> Chips on this device include zl10353, mt2060 and m9206. I have what
> appears to be a functional firmware, and with our patches to m920x.c
> and friends the capturer seems to be tuning correctly, but for some
> reason I can't get any data from /dev/dvb/adapterX/demux0 nor from
> dvr0. I've attached some logs I've posted before (BTW you can read our
> previous messages on this list, where there's also the firmware and
> the patchwork :-).
> Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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