Hauppage Conexent 878A video capture, follow up from -current
steve at sohara.org
Wed Oct 29 11:51:05 PST 2003
On Wed, 29 Oct 2003 03:01:29 -0600
bertrand kotewall <schemerz at kotewall.homeunix.org> wrote:
BK> Pertainent pciconf -lv output:
BK> none0 at pci0:9:0: class=0x040000 card=0xff000070 chip=0x036c109e
BK> rev=0x11 hdr=0x00
BK> vendor = 'Brooktree Corporation'
BK> device = 'Bt879(??) Video Capture'
The problem seems to be that the chip ID doesn't match any of
those listed in the bktr code - 0x036c isn't in the list (the 109e bit
means Brooktree). You could try hacking a bit and changing the #define
for PCI_PRODUCT_BROOKTREE_BT878 in sys/dev/bktr/bktr_reg.h (if it
works then something cleaner involving PCI_PRODUCT_BROOKTREE_BT878A
getting added would seem to be in order).
I have no idea what the difference between an 878 and an 878A
is, hopefully not enough to cause flying sparks.
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