On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 04:07:05 +0100, hermann pitton wrote:
> Are you still waiting for Daro's report?

Yes, I am still waiting. Unfortunately neither Daro nor Roman reported
any test result so far. Now, if we go for my second patch, I guess we
might as well apply it right now. It only affects this one card (Asus
P7131 analog), and it was broken so far, so I don't think my patch can
do any bad.

> As said, I would prefer to see all OEMs _not_ following Philips/NXP
> eeprom rules running into their own trash on GNU/Linux too.
> Then we have facts.
> That is much better than to provide a golden cloud for them. At least I
> won't help to debug such later ...
> If you did not manage to decipher all OEM eeprom content already,
> just let's go with the per card solution for now.
> Are you aware, that my intention is _not_ to spread the use of random
> and potentially invalid eeprom content for some sort of such auto
> detection?
> The other solution is not lost and in mind, if we should need to come
> back to it and are in details. Preferably the OEMs should take the
> responsibility for such.
> We can see, that even those always doing best on it, can't provide the
> missing informations for different LNA stuff after the
> Hauppauge/Pinnacle merge until now.
> If you claim to know it better, please share with us.

I'm not claiming anything, and to be honest, I have no idea what you're
talking about.

Jean Delvare
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