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2011-03-25 Thread Vijay
Dear linux-media team,

The MSI Digi vox Trio DVB (usb) does not work on my 64bit linux (ubuntu
10.10)PC with kernel version 2.6.35-28-generic. It however works on a
windows machine so the device is confirmed to work. The lsusb shows Bus
001 Device 006: ID eb1a:2885 eMPIA Technology,Inc. Search on google
gives me an impression that some of the em28xx devices are supported.
However the device I have,em2885, does not work. Is this device
supported ? If yes, how can I make it work ? If not, will it be
supported at later on.

Cheers,
Vinux

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Re: New member, trying to setup a Pinnacle Quatro stick

2009-10-16 Thread Devin Heitmueller
On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 5:45 PM, ps1 p...@schirrms.net wrote:
 Hi,

 I recenly own a Pinnacle (or Pctv now) Quatro Stick (also known as  510e)
 The product is a small USB stick, able to receive Analog TV, DVB-T TV,
 Analog Radio and also DVB-C TV (That is, cable TV).

 The product is running under windows (even if I'm not so impressed by the
 analog TV reception, but this is another story).

 Under Linux (I'm using a Mandriva 2009 spring distro, with a 2.6.29-6
 kernel), the system says nothing about the stick.

 More exactly : the stick is recognized via lsusb, but nothing happend whem I
 plug the device (I don't know if the system should ask for a firmware file,
 but there is no new device in /dev after plugging the device).

 I just compile the current version of v4l-dvb, as explained on the Wiki,
 (had some trouble to remove the kernel's drivers witch are gziped), but a
 grep in em28xx-card.c let me think that my device is not supported. The VID
 PID are 2304:0242

 I think that the EMPIA chipset is an em2885 chip, and I didn't find any
 information about this chip, too.

 Here are the other informations that I was able to gatter :
 When I plug the device, I got theses messages in /usr/adm/messages :
 -
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: new high speed USB device using
 ehci_hcd and address 75
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: New USB device found, idVendor=2304,
 idProduct=0242
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: New USB device strings: Mfr=1,
 Product=2, SerialNumber=3
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: Product: PCTV 510e
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: Manufacturer: Pinnacle Systems
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: SerialNumber: 123456789012
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: configuration #1 chosen from 1
 choice
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 pulseaudio[2723]: alsa-sink.c: ALSA woke us up to
 write new data to the device, but there was actually nothing to write!
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 pulseaudio[2723]: alsa-sink.c: Most likely this is a
 bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to the ALSA
 developers.
 Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 pulseaudio[2723]: alsa-sink.c: We were woken up with
 POLLOUT set -- however a subsequent snd_pcm_avail() returned 0 or another
 value  min_avail.
 

 i can manually load em28xx, but there's no device creation at this moment.

 Any ideas ? Any more tests I can do ?

 Thanks,
 Pascal

Hello Pascal,

The em2885 isn't the problem - all of the devices I have seen that
have the em2885 also have the drx-k demodulator chip, which is
completely unsupported.

If you want to open it up and find out what other chips it contains,
we can see if it can be supported.  If it uses the Micronas drx-k,
then you are out of luck.

Devin

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New member, trying to setup a Pinnacle Quatro stick

2009-10-16 Thread ps1

Hi,

I recenly own a Pinnacle (or Pctv now) Quatro Stick (also known as  510e)
The product is a small USB stick, able to receive Analog TV, DVB-T TV, 
Analog Radio and also DVB-C TV (That is, cable TV).


The product is running under windows (even if I'm not so impressed by 
the analog TV reception, but this is another story).


Under Linux (I'm using a Mandriva 2009 spring distro, with a 2.6.29-6 
kernel), the system says nothing about the stick.


More exactly : the stick is recognized via lsusb, but nothing happend 
whem I plug the device (I don't know if the system should ask for a 
firmware file, but there is no new device in /dev after plugging the 
device).


I just compile the current version of v4l-dvb, as explained on the Wiki, 
(had some trouble to remove the kernel's drivers witch are gziped), but 
a grep in em28xx-card.c let me think that my device is not supported. 
The VID PID are 2304:0242


I think that the EMPIA chipset is an em2885 chip, and I didn't find any 
information about this chip, too.


Here are the other informations that I was able to gatter :
When I plug the device, I got theses messages in /usr/adm/messages :
-
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: new high speed USB device using 
ehci_hcd and address 75
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: New USB device found, 
idVendor=2304, idProduct=0242
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, 
Product=2, SerialNumber=3

Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: Product: PCTV 510e
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: Manufacturer: Pinnacle Systems
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: SerialNumber: 123456789012
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 klogd: usb 5-6: configuration #1 chosen from 1 
choice
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 pulseaudio[2723]: alsa-sink.c: ALSA woke us up 
to write new data to the device, but there was actually nothing to write!
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 pulseaudio[2723]: alsa-sink.c: Most likely this 
is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to 
the ALSA developers.
Oct 16 23:27:31 p4c2400 pulseaudio[2723]: alsa-sink.c: We were woken up 
with POLLOUT set -- however a subsequent snd_pcm_avail() returned 0 or 
another value  min_avail.



i can manually load em28xx, but there's no device creation at this moment.

Any ideas ? Any more tests I can do ?

Thanks,
Pascal
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