<pre>If that fails, a hack I put in place using older v4l-dvb drivers was to add these lines:<br>/sbin/modprobe cx88-dvb<br>/sbin/modprobe cx88-dvb<br><br>To:<br>/etc/rc.local<br><br>(/etc/rc.local loads drivers after everything else)<br><br>The system detected one card, but not the "second" one.<br><br>I think the latest drivers fix that though.<br><br>Also, if you are using mythtv (0.19) you need to run mythsetup as root to configure your card.<br><br>Craig<br><br>---------<br>><i> Hello,<br></i>><i> I've been reading on this list that a few people have had some success in getting both tuners going. Is there any chance on posting a how-to on what was required ? I've got the first tuner going no probs and love it. The second tuner is causing some greif. From what I've read, I've downloaded the firmware, and loaded dvb_usb_cxusb and dvb_usb . Somewhat of a concern is the both dmesg and var/log/messages are very quite about the whole thing. The modules load but nothing else is
repored. Also, what /dev entry does the usb tuner show up under ?<br></i>><i> Thanks, Regards<br></i>><i> Lachlan<br></i><br>1) install mercurial<br>2) hg clone <a href="http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb">http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb</a><br>3) cd v4l-dvb<br>4) linux/Documentation/dvb/get_dvb_firmware bluebird<br>5) mv dvb-usb-bluebird-01.fw /usr/lib/hotplug/firmware/<br>6) make<br>7) make install<br>8) reboot<br><br>I hope this helps,<br>Mike</pre> <p>
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