[linux-dvb] dvico Fusion HDTV DVB-T dual express - willing to help test e.t.c...
timf at iinet.net.au
Tue Apr 15 12:02:54 CEST 2008
sonofzev at iinet.net.au wrote:
> Hi Folks
> I have mistakenly bought a Fusion HDTV DVB-T dual express (cx23885) as
> a result of misreading some other posts and sites. I was under the
> impression that it would work either from the current kernel source or
> using Chris Pascoe's modules. Unfortunately I didn't realise that the
> American and Euro/Australian version were different.
> The kernel modules and those from the mercurial tree seems to get
> everything going, but when I try to tune it, it seems to only give
> "ATSC" tuning options. (This seems ridiculous as it is the
> "Europe/Australia" model). I believe it must be recognising the card
> as the American model (confirmed on the PC Board that it is the
> Aus/Euro model). There are no error messages e.t.c.. it just can't
> find a signal and only gives ATSC tuning options.
> Chris had offered to take a look at what was going on in my system but
> hasn't responded to any mails for a few weeks now and I can't see any
> evidence of him doing anything, so I am assuming he is too busy for
> the moment to take a look.
> I bought this as a second and third tuner for my mythtv/gaming system
> . The system already has a Fusion Lite card in it which is working
> very well. The importance of this was highlighted when I missed the
> Henry Rollins interview on Rove so my gf could watch Grey's Anatomy
> If there are any local developers (Melbourne, Australia or even
> elsewhere in Australia) then I would be happy to trade it with a
> confirmed working dual tuner card on a temporary basis to enable the
> driver to be completed/ amended to cope with the Australian/European
> version of the card.
> Otherwise for any developers not in Australia,I can setup a login for
> you (ssh only, no remote X or anything). Just contact me via aklinbail
> at gmail. The PC it sits on is our one and only TV tuner (our analog
> signal is crap) so there are some limitations as to the times you can
> login to the box and also with regards to keeping the current kernel
> build in place so we can use it on our return home from work in the
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Have you tried Chris's test repo at:
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