On 22.01.2009 09:10, ECLiPSE wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I've noticed a strange problem on my vdr setup. The SVDRP command GRAB
> doesn't work at normal boot.
> So i don't have preview with vdradmin or the live-plugin.
> In fact, the problem come from the order of the dvb detection. I have a
> FF card 2.1 and a Budget nova-t.
> During the boot, the nova-t is detected first and then the FF card. I
> have already tried to change/invert the
> PCI cards, but the nova-t is still detected first. I don't know why.
> So if I want to have preview with vdradmin or vdr-plugins-live, i must
> close VDR, unload the drivers (nova-t and nexus 2.1) and reload the FF
> card first then the nova-t and finally restart VDR.
> So my question is: Is there a way to correct that and force the FF-card
> to be detected/loaded first at boot?
> I have tried udev rules to force dvb-ttpci to be adapter0 and nova-t
> adapter1, but it doesn't change anything. No preview with vdradmin

Actually VDR tries to determine the offset of the video devices
in cDvbDevice::cDvbDevice(), but apparently there is no more
/proc/video/dev :-(

See "// The offset of the /dev/video devices:" in dvbdevice.c.
Maybe somebody knows how this can bee done with today's kernels...


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