On 15.04.2008, Da Rock wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-04-15 at 01:30 +0200, Danny Pansters wrote:
>> On Monday 14 April 2008 12:25:14 Victor M. Blood wrote:
>> > On 14.04.2008, Da Rock wrote:
>> > > On Mon, 2008-04-14 at 11:02 +0400, Victor M. Blood wrote:
>> > >> Hi, All.
>> > >>
>> > >> Anyone run tuner on phillips chip 7133/7135 on freebsd, I try to use
>> > >> saa driver, devices saa0, sau0, cii0 is present in /dev/ , kbtv runs,
>> > >> but freeze on begin chanel tunin...
>> > >>
>> > >> How to test tuner and drivers works or not.
>> > >
>> > > I haven't had success yet- but I have an E506AR. Where did you get the
>> > > drivers from? I couldn't get access myself.
>> > saa_driver included in kbtv distrib, and can be found in inet, driver
>> > homepage is broken. I-m install it from port kbtv, the nessasary
>> > bsd-patche within distrib tarball
>> I suspect your tuner (terratec?) is not amongst the supported ones.
> Both are Avermedia actually as posted, and yes they're only marginally
> supported. So far only the analogue works (possibly).
> That saa driver- I thought there was a problem with the site, but I had
> no idea it could be downloaded with kbtv. I thought it was only compiled
> with support for the driver, not the driver itself.
=from kbtv README
If you set the
WITH_SAA variable to True the saa.ko kernel module will be built and
installed, as well as the tvv X-based viewer (gets embedded into kbtv) and
a saa Python module that allows for tuning and such, exactly like the bt848
module provides for Brooktree based hardware. Note that some parts, not
needed for kbtv, are not built and not installed by kbtv.
saa-driver that loading is here
bsd patches from /usr/ports/multimedia/kbtv/work/*/saa/patches
With all regards, Victor M. Blood. mailto: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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