[linux-dvb] tm6010 - Compiles All Drivers, but not tm6010 Strange!

leo theGreat leo.thealmighty at gmail.com
Sun Dec 7 10:05:49 CET 2008


I tried compiling driver with make config and after going through a series
'yes/no' questions i was able to compile the driver. Compilation went fine
without any errors.
I did make install and installed fine which was certified by 'dmesg'. As
expected It was looking for
the firmware. I had the sys file for my analog card 'Trident Tv Master
5600AI'. I ran peal code to extract
the firmware from sys file... but it died with a message 'hash not matched'.

I am just wondering, will it result the same after merging the 'new working
version' . Will my firmware extract properly.
I mean should I keep my finger crossed.....

Hope my little test helps you guys some way or the other !!

Keep it up boys !

- leo.t.am

On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 2:32 AM, Dave Oxley <dave at daveoxley.co.uk> wrote:

> > I'm currently working on the driver and I'll probably merge soon a
> version with
> > analog support working fine, including the tm6000-alsa module. The
> current
> > version has no sound, and have a serious issue on analog handling,
> causing
> > kernel hangs.
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Mauro
> >
> I've just been trying the latest and am getting a gpf when modprobe'ing
> tm6000. As it sounds like you know about some problems already I'll hold
> off trying again until the latest is merged. But one thing I am unsure
> about is how to make sure there isn't a conflict between code that is in
> your branch and what I have compiled into my kernel. I've made sure that
> videobuf-core and videobuf-vmalloc aren't compiled in already, but is
> there anything else I need to check to prevent possible conflicts?
> Also, do you have any timeframe for this driver to be merged into main?
> Cheers,
> Dave.
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