Hi,

Am 13.02.2011 14:58, schrieb Придворов Андрей (Pridvorov Andrey):
It crash also:

root@ua0lnjvdr:/var/log# v4l2-ctl -D -d /dev/video0
Killed



The syslog messages you can see in attach.

 Since this problem is unrelated to vdr/pvrinput you should ask the linux-media 
mailing list.
 http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#linux-media

 Maybe you'll find the maintainer of the driver over there...

Regards,
Lars.


-----Original Message-----
From: vdr-boun...@linuxtv.org [mailto:vdr-boun...@linuxtv.org] On Behalf Of
Martin Dauskardt
Sent: Sunday, February 13, 2011 9:55 PM
To: vdr@linuxtv.org
Subject: Re: [vdr] AvetTV a761

And yet. If I try use Avertv a761 and PRV 150 with pvrinput plugin, I
have
vdr crash:
   It seems that the driver for your a761 registers also an analog video
device. pvrinput tries to open it and sends a VIDIOC_QUERYCAP to determine
if it's a device it can handle. But the driver don't like it...

   A dirty workaround would be to add the option "video_nr" and "vbi_nr" to
your bttv-module (look at "modinfo bttv") and set the number to something
greater than 16. pvrinput will only test the first 8 video-nodes (see
global.h in its source if it's modified).

   The right way is to look into the driver and test it if it crashes when
you send the ioctl mentioned above.

To the original poster:
I guess  ????????? ??????  is not your real name. It would be nice if you
would use at least a nickname.

Try "v4l2-ctl -D -d /dev/video0" while vdr is not running. Does this work or

does it crash also?




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