Hi there I own a FireDTV S2 and I'm willing to invest some time. I poked around in the driver code previously and I might do some coding given that I have access to the required technical information.
As far as I know Digital Everywhere is out of business - does this mean that the NDAs are no longer in effect and that someone could give me the technical documentation required? Cheerio Beat On Thu, 2010-02-18 at 11:04 +0100, Henrik Kurelid wrote: > Hi, > > Regarding the documentation and code: > From a quick glance, the LNB/QPSK2 code follows the documentation fairly good. > I guess it could do with a deeper check (I could see that at least the FEC > switch case does seems to have some invalid values) but I would prefer > that this is done by someone that actually has a DVB-S(2) card. > > Regards, > Henrik > > > Hi all, > > > > what steps need to be taken to get DVB-S2 support into the firedtv > > driver? (The status is, as far as I understood: FireDTV S2 and Floppy > > DTV S2 devices recognize HD channels during channel scan but cannot tune > > to them. FireDTV C/CI DVB-C boxes however tune and play back HD > > channels just fine.) > > > > I suppose the frontend needs to be extended for s2api. Was there a > > respective conversion in another DVB driver that can serve as a good > > coding example? > > > > Is documentation from Digital Everywhere required regarding the > > vendor-specific AV/C requests (LNB_CONTROL? TUNE_QPSK2?) or is the > > current driver code enough to connect the dots? > > > > Is the transport stream different from DVB-C HD streams so that changes > > to the isochronous I/O part would be required? > > -- > > Stefan Richter > > -=====-==-=- --=- -===- > > http://arcgraph.de/sr/ > > > -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-media" in the body of a message to majord...@vger.kernel.org More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html