<br> Hello,<br> <br> there were two chips : a MT352 and a MT2060F.<br> <b><i><br> Patrick Boettcher <email@example.com></i></b> wrote:<blockquote class="replbq" style="border-left: 2px solid rgb(16, 16, 255); margin-left: 5px; padding-left: 5px;"> On Sun, 12 Feb 2006, Bob Mcgoo wrote:<br><br>> hello,<br>><br>> I've got a Club3D Zap TV 250 pen sized DVB-T tuner. It looks like a Yuan <br>> PD 300 and there's a PD300 stick on it ; when I dismounted it, I could <br>> read "PD 300 rev 2.4" on the circuit board, so it's a PD 300 and it <br>> should work under linux, but I can't have it recognized by the kernel. A <br>> dmesg just says "new high speed usb device on ehci" or something similar <br>> ; a modprobe dvb-usb-dtt200u doesn't do anything (I've got the <br>> dvb-usb-wt220u-01.fw in /lib/firmware). The device identify itself as <br>> "USB device", and not Yuan PD 300, maybe because it's sold as a Club3D <br>> device ; I
think it's why it's not recognized. Is there a way to have it <br>> working under Linux ?<br><br>I'm not sure, but I think your device is not a wideview-based device, but <br>DiBcom. You've said you opened your device, what chips did you see? If you <br>see something like Dib3000P it is DiBcom-based.<br><br>best regards,<br>Patrick.<br><br>--<br> Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org<br> WWW: http://www.wi-bw.tfh-wildau.de/~pboettch/<br> <br></blockquote><br><p>
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