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For make this card work, you need at last a vanilla kernel 2.6.17rc3. First we will see how to configure our kernel for the avermedia 777:<BR>
 
For make this card work, you need at last a vanilla kernel 2.6.17rc3. First we will see how to configure our kernel for the avermedia 777:<BR>
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<BR>
   
 
== KERNEL CONFIGURATION ==
 
== KERNEL CONFIGURATION ==
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DEVICE DRIVERS -> I2C ->
   
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select:
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[*] I2C Support
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[*] I2C Device Interface
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DEVICE DRIVERS -> I2C -> I2C Algorithms
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[*] I2C bit-banging interfaces
   
 
DEVICE DRIVERS -> MULTIMEDIA DEVICES ->
 
DEVICE DRIVERS -> MULTIMEDIA DEVICES ->
 
 
 
select:
 
select:
[*] Video For Linux
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[*] Video For Linux<br>
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and then go inside video for linux, see the screenshot
   
 
DEVICE DRIVERS -> MULTIMEDIA DEVICES -> VIDEO FOR LINUX:<BR>
 
DEVICE DRIVERS -> MULTIMEDIA DEVICES -> VIDEO FOR LINUX:<BR>
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[[Image:kernel-aver777.png]]
(to complete later, i'm uploading a screenshot)
 
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You must select these components in the kernel configuration if you want your avermedia777 to work. You can compile-in kernel (marked as asterisk) or as Modules (typing M)<BR>

Revision as of 16:25, 16 May 2006

PREFACE

The Avermedia 777 is a budget pci DVB-T Card. You can get one for about 65 euros.
You must know that Avermedia777 features a Philips saa7134 and Zarlink MT352 demodulator.

For make this card work, you need at last a vanilla kernel 2.6.17rc3. First we will see how to configure our kernel for the avermedia 777:

KERNEL CONFIGURATION

DEVICE DRIVERS -> I2C ->

select:

 [*] I2C Support
 [*] I2C Device Interface

DEVICE DRIVERS -> I2C -> I2C Algorithms

 [*] I2C bit-banging interfaces

DEVICE DRIVERS -> MULTIMEDIA DEVICES ->

select:

 [*] Video For Linux

and then go inside video for linux, see the screenshot

DEVICE DRIVERS -> MULTIMEDIA DEVICES -> VIDEO FOR LINUX:
Kernel-aver777.png

You must select these components in the kernel configuration if you want your avermedia777 to work. You can compile-in kernel (marked as asterisk) or as Modules (typing M)