On 06.12.2008 16:29, Jose Alberto Reguero wrote:
> El Sábado, 6 de Diciembre de 2008, Klaus Schmidinger escribió:
>> The attached patch is what I've gathered from various postings
>> regarding adapting VDR to the S2API driver API (thanks to
>> Igor M. Liplianin, Niels Wagenaar and Edgar Hucek - did I forget anybody?).
>> Since the S2SAPI doesn't provide a way of determining whether
>> a DVB-S device supports DVB-S2 (at least I didn't find any),
>> you need to apply the second attached patch to the driver
>> in order to impelement a new capability flag that reports
>> the availability of DVB-S2 support.
>> If you don't want to patch the driver, you can change the line
>>   case FE_QPSK: frontendType = (frontendInfo.caps &
>> in dvbdevice.c to avoid FE_CAN_2ND_GEN_MODULATION. Either set frontendType
>> permanently to SYS_DVBS or SYS_DVBS2, depending on what you have.
>> So far DVB-S and DVB-S2 appears to tune fine.
>> DVB-C is completely untested.
>> With DVB-T tuning doesn't work, even though my TDA10046H based DVB-T card
>> does work with the S2API driver under VDR 1.6.0.
>> So for the moment I would appreciate if people could test DVB-T
>> tuning and check whether maybe I made some silly mistake in the
>> DVB-T tuning code.
>> Klaus
> For DVB-T in S2API the bandwidth must be in HZ.
> http://www.linuxtv.org/pipermail/linux-dvb/2008-October/029556.html
> Jose Alberto

So you mean we should not use the driver's constants like BANDWIDTH_8_MHZ
etc., but use numerical values instead? Ok, if that's what it takes...

With the value in Hz (e.g. 8000000) I can now tune DVB-T channels - thanks a 


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