Cards If you don’t see the card being registered check dmesg for info along the lines of “registering adapter” then it won’t appear in Tvheadend. I have latest http: It does appear to be motherboard related. Huh, no eeprom present. Of course, remember they are doing it for free. Email me about changes to this bug report. If you want anything new, you can use:
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Seems to be a odd timing problem, as for me it worked with some programs, and did not with others:. Vemboca vemboca wrote on Still no luck, hvr–4000 lock, timeout, no sender with build This bug affects 2 people.
For my point of view the bug should resides in channel scan and not on cx Gunni is probably right about free open source developpers doing only what they want to do. It was just the first time in the last 1,5 years, i booted my mythtv backend with a kernel i did not compile myself, and it works. Need repeat 3 or 4 times for good saving. Linix stopped channel scan hvrr-4000 channel 26 because major transports are on channels 22 and Maybe overheating, or maybe bad software?
TJ tj on 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. This seems to have been fixed upstream. So there is no need to compile your own kernel. Dell Optiplex with Intel Gvr-4000 E 2.
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Scanning for channels also works. Many thanks, the DVB-T works, just the analog side and radio to get going now!
You may try one of these patches: Note that when grabbing EPG it opens the corresponding susbystem, and will not allow you to use the other one. Try hvr-400 find something with “flexcop” in menuconfig and disble it.
Hauppauge WinTV-HVR – LinuxMCE
On two identical, but newer motherboards the third one fails intermittently. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
Tested on Ubuntu As comment says, it was necessary to remove FireDTV modules. It’s been on my list of kernel bugs to fix for some time but I’ve only just got around to tackling it.
I am a little bit concerned with the segmentation fault: Please release a complete working patch. I believe it will affect all three devices for two reasons: Retrieved from ” https: Looks like the patch got into 3.
If you are using a video monitor which does not support AC3 surround sound audio, you can use a sound bar which normally have AC3 decoders built in. This bug was filed against a series that is no longer supported and so is being marked as Won’t Fix. The Latest Drivers have radio support.
Make Hauppauge HVR-4000 work on Debian…
Hopefully will succeed to appy and compile the patch sooner or later. Like, after so many failed attempts I was so sure it would never work.
Using hvg-4000 I was able to successfully initialise the device on several occassions, but never reliably. TJ, this bug was reported a while ago and there hasn’t been any activity in it recently.