pvrxxx, linux code and modules
stapleton.41 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 17 10:08:56 UTC 2007
> no: this only uses the _open, _read, _close functions of the driver.
> none of the bktr, meteor or v4l(2) interfaces are called. how did you
> tune to the correct frequency?
> > > > Right now, I user the pvr250[I hit tab here] command, but if I could
> > > > simply do an echo/redirection, it would feel a lot more natural to me
> > > > I guess (more UNIXy), and since it would be interfacing the device
> > > > directly, I wouldn't get the obnoxious bktr warnings.
> > >
> > > if there are problems with the pvr250-setchannel command, these need
> > > to be addressed. what errors are you getting?
> > sjss at elrond 19:10:02 (0) ~/dev/orps > pvr250-setchannel -t 60
> > ioctl( tfd, BT848_GAUDIO ) failed.: Device not configured
> > This does not stop it from working, it's just an annoyance.
> which driver is this ? pvr250? pvrxxx from the ports tree?
pvrxxx compiled within the last month or so, ports updated around the
day before, guess I hadn't realized it was fixed.
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