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Re: [PATCH] Add CI support to az6007 driver



Jose Alberto Reguero skrev 2012-03-06 00:23:
On Lunes, 5 de marzo de 2012 21:42:48 Roger Mårtensson escribió:

No. I tested the patch with DVB-T an watch encrypted channels with vdr without
problems. I don't know why you can't. I don't know gnutv. Try with other
software if you want.

I have done some more testing and it works.. Sort of. :-)

First let me walk through the dmesg.

First I reinsert the CAM-card:

Mar 7 20:12:36 tvpc kernel: [ 959.717666] dvb_ca adapter 2: DVB CAM detected and initialised successfully

The next lines are when I start Kaffeine. Kaffeine gets a lock on the encrypted channel and starts viewing it.

Mar  7 20:13:02 tvpc kernel: [  986.359195] mt2063: detected a mt2063 B3
Mar 7 20:13:03 tvpc kernel: [ 987.368964] drxk: SCU_RESULT_INVPAR while sending cmd 0x0203 with params: Mar 7 20:13:03 tvpc kernel: [ 987.368974] drxk: 02 00 00 00 10 00 05 00 03 02 .......... Mar 7 20:13:06 tvpc kernel: [ 990.286628] dvb_ca adapter 2: DVB CAM detected and initialised successfully

And now my "sort of"-comment. When I change the to another encrypted channel in kaffeine I get nothing. To be able to view this channel I need to restart kaffeine.

The only thing that seems different in the logs are that when restarting kaffeine I get the "CAM detected and initialised" but when changing channels I do not get that line.

Maybe there should be another reinit of the CAM somewhere? (just a guess)
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