I was trying to get my MSI Digivox Mini SL to run with m920x-2bfda2098748.
Basically, the USB stick works fine but my TT-Budget/WinTV-NOVA-CI PCI
seems to refuse work with the budget_ci driver contained therein. The
frontend 1 Fujitsu Siemens Activy Budget-S PCI (Astra)
frontend 2 TT-Budget/WinTV-NOVA-CI PCI (Astra; no CI attached)
frontend 3 Sky2PC/SkyStar 2 DVB-S (Hotbird)
frontend 4 MSI Digivox Mini SL DVB-T (DE-Munich, just to play with)
Sourcecaps patch etc. work fine. Softdevice-0.4.0 used as the MPEG decoder.
Whenever a recording starts, VDR crashes after some seconds:
Apr 23 00:36:39 linvdr vdr:  record
Apr 23 00:36:39 linvdr vdr:  creating directory /video/Die_Killerhand
Apr 23 00:36:45 linvdr vdr:  creating directory
Apr 23 00:36:45 linvdr vdr:  recording to
Apr 23 00:36:45 linvdr vdr:  max. latency time 7 seconds
Apr 23 00:36:45 linvdr vdr:  file writer thread started (pid=7983,
Apr 23 00:36:45 linvdr vdr:  recording thread started (pid=7983,
Apr 23 00:36:45 linvdr vdr:  receiver on device 2 thread started
Apr 23 00:36:45 linvdr vdr:  TS buffer on device 2 thread started
Apr 23 00:36:48 linvdr vdr:  frontend 1 timed out while tuning to channel
9, tp 212480
Apr 23 00:37:09 linvdr vdr:  [VideoOut] sync info: repF = 52493, drpF =
0, totF = 52500
Apr 23 00:37:16 linvdr vdr:  ERROR: video data stream broken
Apr 23 00:37:16 linvdr vdr:  initiating emergency exit
Apr 23 00:37:16 linvdr vdr:  emergency exit requested - shutting down
And then VDR restarts, the recording restarts, VDR crashes, restarts, etc.
This does not happen with the DVB drivers supplied with OpenSUSE 10.1
(which doesn't support the DVB-T stick ...)
Any help is welcome.
It would also be nice if "make insmod" did not load *all* of the DVB
drivers, just the ones that are actually needed.
It's also interesting to see that even if a recording starts for a channel
that is on the same bouquet as the one tuned in on receiver 1, the second
receiver is used for the recording. Is that by chance or on purpose?
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