Steps one time installed the system: Huh, no eeprom present Bug reported by TJ on All channel scans end up with “Timed out, no signal”. Devin Heitmueller devin-heitmueller wrote on Can definitly check when i am at home again. Finally had a chance to debug this issue using an HVR I’m still strugling with HVR though
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See full activity log. Tested on Ubuntu Here is a video on how to install the drivers and how to use Kaffeine www.
Mailing List Archive: Update on HVR and Linux (and Mythtv)
You can run lirc for example like: Please do not test the kernel in the daily folder, but the one all the way at the bottom. Click here for our Ubuntu installation video.
Here is an installation video for Live Channels. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Xenial available here http: The code in cxi2c. Encountered bad packet header .
I put the greater size for length. Have submitted the attached patch to linux-media, which should result in all three cards working properly, and should supersede any patches floating around which rip out the GPIO code which is the incorrect fix.
The bug is still present in kernel 2. I’ve HVR and run ubuntu Linux version 2.
Hauppauge WinTV-HVR – LinuxMCE
I have latest http: I’m currently working with hvr-4000 kernels from Linus’ tree with Mythbuntu I doubt it would affect other cards. Command-line scanning bvr-4000 channels can be done with scan-s2.
Tried with Mythbuntu So your hardware and problem may be tracked, could you please file a new report with Ubuntu by executing the following in a terminal while booted into the default Ubuntu kernel not a mainline one via: MAC address is I do not know if the IR device was working.
Scanning for channels also works.
Then, I entered menuconfig: Both devices can be configured and tuned in the application, and Kaffeine will switch to the correct one each time you change the channel.
Many linkx, the DVB-T works, just the analog side and radio to get going now!
Make Hauppauge HVR-4000 work on Debian…
On earlier kernels the hvr-4000 only seemed to fail on warm reboots. I have made a patch to ease the process instead of manually commenting those lines. Just a thought, please tell me if there’s anything preventing that? Please check the Raspberry Pi community on how to install and run an operating system on the Raspberry Pi.
Like, after so many failed attempts I was so sure it would never work. One could use the script provided from wget-fw.
The tree is still here just to preserve the development history. Need more testing, I think some of the channels are missing Aaron apelly wrote on