Hi<br><br>A couple have people have recently asked about the revision 4 Freecom USB stick 14aa:0160. The Windows CD that came with mine has a file called RTL2831UUSB.sys, so I assume this is a RealTek <span class="code">RTL2831U chipset and this matches what other people have said. Yesterday on the linux-kernel mailing list the following interesting message appeared:
<br><br>> </span>Anyway - here's the reason for my posting. I've got a kernel driver for <br>> the RTL2831U device (a DVB-T device) from Realtek. Just this morning, I <br> > got an email from them agreeing to release it under GPL.
<br><br><span class="code"><a href="http://groups.google.com/group/fa.linux.kernel/browse_thread/thread/bbc2c648738bc508/66eb294e7cc33ebf">http://groups.google.com/group/fa.linux.kernel/browse_thread/thread/bbc2c648738bc508/66eb294e7cc33ebf
</a><br><br>I hope this means that these devices will soon become useful :-)<br><br>Thomas<br></span>