[vdr] vdr 1.3.34 on SuSE 10.0.
Carsten.Koch at icem.com
Tue Oct 4 21:05:39 CEST 2005
Ludwig Nussel wrote:
> Carsten Koch wrote:
>>How about the VDSB problem with kernel 2.6.13?
>>That applies to the SuSE kernel as well, right?
> I'm not familiar with the background of that problem but recording
> worked fine on 10.0 so far.
Ludwig, see the thread "VDSB with Kernel 2.6.13" by Stephan Schreiber.
> I have got one FF card plus 3 Nova CI Budget Cards, usually using the latest
> driver, firmware and VDR versions.
> After having upgraded to Kernel 2.6.13, I get the dreaded "Video Data Stream
> Broken" error as soon as a recording starts.
> When switching back to 2.6.12 everything works fine again (same driver, same
> firmware)...no problem recording from 4 different transponders...
> It simply works with Kernel 2.6.12, but doesn't with 2.6.13.
> I tried the built-in drivers as well as CVS from 28.08.05 and 19.09.05
> Always same result. 2.6.12 -> no problem, 2.6.13 -> VDSB :-/
> Okay, here's the conclusion of my tests ("dead" Nova-CI budget cards):
> Gentoo-Kernel 2.6.13-r2, current CVS driver -> Video Data Stream Broken
> Gentoo-Kernel 2.6.12-r9, current CVS driver -> works a charm
> Vanilla Kernel 2.6.14-rc1, built-in driver -> Video Data Stream Broken
> Vanilla Kernel 18.104.22.168, current CVS backpatched -> works a charm
> Same goes for older CVS drivers.
> All Kernels were configured using basically the same 2.6.12 .config and
> defaults otherwise.
> Definitely(?) a Kernel issue.
> Where to report such a thing? (I most probably won't want to be stuck with
> 2.6.12 forever...)
I have a very similar configuration to Stephan's, so I guess I should
not upgrade to SuSE 10.0, right?
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