Re: MyCinema-P7131 Hybrid - no detection of tuner
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Hi, Patrick Patrick G wrote:
--- hermann pitton <hermann-pitton@xxxxxxxx> a écrit :Am Donnerstag, den 03.08.2006, 11:31 +0200 schrieb Patrick G:I have this card (ASUS My Cinema-P7131 Hybrid)withthe same release (1043:4876) and i never had aproblemwith the detection of tuner.[...]My kernel is 2.6.15-1-k7 from debian. However i didn't get anything working (analog TV, DVB-T or radio). It seems this card is a newreleaseand is not yet supported.Hi Patrick, thanks for the report. The other guys with the card except Henrik get at least some analog TV. In France you need to reload the tuner with "modprobe tuner secam=l debug=1" or tried it already? The 2.6.15 might be too old for radio, since Hartmut had to adjust it on the saa7133/35/31e, but there can also be different gpio switching. Radio was not yet reported on recent code I think. The dvb-t can't work without firmware for the tda10046a, might have more problems. Did you notice that people in France added a positive offset of about 167kHz to the initial transponders with that channel decoder? Just in case Hartmut would suggest to try to load external firmware. Cheers, HermannHi,Thanks for for your help.Yesterday evening i did some quick test with "modprobe tuner secam=l debug=1" and I succeded to get image with xawtv and tvtime! I need to do some more test because I still have 2 problems: o I get zebra dark lines on the image. I guess it's an antenna issue because I get the similar lines on the TV: both the TV and PC are connected on the same plug with a "T" adapter. Something are making noise on the signal. I must try a direct attachment. o I don't have sound. But maybe I have forgotten toplug again the sound line output of the tuner card.as regards dvb-t, i am aware of the 167kHz offset. When I don't put it, I get a "WARNING: >>> tuning failed!!!" with scan. With the correct frequence, I get "WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0011" and no channel is detected. It should work because under windows I can get all the channels. I will do some more test this weekend and send a full report.
As you mentioned, we most probably need a special config entry for your card. As far as i know, it has no firmware eeprom for the channel decoder. To test this, you can try the following: In saa7134-dvb.c, line 873, struct tda1004x_config philips_tiger_config change the entry .request_firmware = NULL, to .request_firmware = philips_tu1216_request_firmware, The locaion of the firmware image depends on the distribution and version you use. Its name is dvb-fe-tda10046.fw Hartmut -- Unsubscribe mailto:video4linux-list-request@xxxxxxxxxx?subject=unsubscribe https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/video4linux-list
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