[linux-dvb] pctv452e and TT-S2-3600 step-by-step howto

Michael Schöller michael.schoeller at schoeller-soft.net
Mon Jun 16 14:21:59 CEST 2008

I did an other test and compiled an new kernel Version 2.6.26-rc5 from 
the ps3 kernel tree and disabled all video 4 linux and dvb support in 
the kernel. After that I dried that step by step howto again. With the 
same result. So I was thinking maybe thats exactly the wrong way and 
someone is missing...are there any optins in the "Device 
Driver->multimedia device" tabs that must be enabled so that the hole 
stuff works.

BTW I noticed an really odd message when compiling multiproto drivers. I 
don't know remember exactly but It goes something like "VIDEO PLANB: 
need at leas kernel version 2.6.99".

I hope someone can finally help me.


Michael Schöller schrieb:
> Dominik Kuhlen schrieb:
>> Hmm, this is strange. looks like you are using old drivers or old 
>> dvb-core module that doesn't support the new ioctls
>> Did you load the modules with
>> insmod ./dvb-core.ko
>> insmod ./dvb-usb.ko
>> insmod ./lnbp22.ko
>> insmod ./stb0899.ko
>> insmod ./stb6100.ko
>> insmod ./dvb-usb-pctv452e.ko
>> to be sure that no old/other modules were used?
> Yes, I did as described. I also checked if no old modules are loaded. 
> Just do be sure I downloaded the newest kernel from the PS3-kernel 
> tree and compiled it before following the step by step how to.
> However the error is still the same.
> Well I try a shoot into the blue and say this is a compatibility 
> problem of the code with the ppc architecture. Since this is the only 
> significant difference I can think of.
> Michael
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