Angry letter for list

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Hello all!

This is my angry letter :(

Some time ago I wrote this message for list:
http://www.spinics.net/lists/vfl/msg26831.html
But I have 0 (ZERO) answers :(((

Isn't there anyone who can help, or there is another problem???

I have hardware, I have the time and expirience for trying to solve this
problem, but I need a little support...

Even Avermedia ask me with just few words: "Sorry, we have double check this
information with our RD, according to company pravicy, we can not provide
this information to you, we are sorry about this, and please understand.
Thank You".
My for theme questions was:
*I need to know some technical features of the Curdbus Plus card for making
it work under linux: 1. what is i2c-address of ALPS TSZE1 tuner? (Im
suggested it's 0xc0/0x60). 2. what i2c-address of Philips TEA5767 tuner? (Im
suggested it's 0xc2/0x61). 3. what is gpiomask ? (Im suggested it's
0x0C440003) 4. what is VideoPin, AudioPin and gpio for TV? (Im suggested
there are: 1, TV, 0x0C400001). 5. what is VideoPin, AudioPin and gpio for
Composite? (Im suggested there are: 3, Line1, 0x0C400002). 6. what is
VideoPin, AudioPin and gpio for S-Video? (Im suggested there are: 6, Line1,
0x0C400002). 7. what is AudioPin and gpio for Radio? (Im suggested there
are: Line2, 0x04400001). 8. what gpio port should I use for activating the
card?*

That's realy sad situation :(((

Is there anyone who can help me a little. I need konw at least the
i2c-addresses of the devices on the board...

This is what is detected with i2c_scan=1 option of saa7134:
saa7134[0]: i2c scan: found device @ 0x80  [???]
saa7134[0]: i2c scan: found device @ 0x84  [???]  - TDA9887 ????
saa7134[0]: i2c scan: found device @ 0xa0  [eeprom]
saa7134[0]: i2c scan: found device @ 0xc0  [tuner (analog)]   --  ALPS
TSEZ1 ????
saa7134[0]: i2c scan: found device @ 0xc2  [???]    -   TEA5767 ???

More info and some logs can be found at
http://www.spinics.net/lists/vfl/msg26831.html.


Thank you.
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