[pvrusb2] tda9887 fun...
Julian J. M.
julianjm at gmail.com
Tue Dec 27 04:42:32 CST 2005
I now have sound on all channels, specially one that was totally muted.
I included this in /etc/modprobe.conf (using FC4)
options tda9887 port2=0
Julián J. M.
On 12/26/05, Mike Isely <isely at isely.net> wrote:
> Note to all:
> Today's snapshot includes a change that removes a hack which apparently
> had been doing what tda9887 should be doing. This has two implications:
> (1) If you run this snapshot and find you can't tune at all anymore then
> you were probably relying on this hack - solution is to make sure you have
> tda9887 loaded instead. (2) If you had tda9887 loaded before and still
> experienced tuning problems, try again with this snapshot because that
> hack was probably causing interference in tda9887.ko's operation of the
> Also, if you are having probablems with audio (or tuning in general) and
> tda9887 is loaded and attaching to your device, do this:
> 1. modprobe -r tda9887
> 2. modprobe tda9887 port2=0
> 3. power cycle the PVR USB2 device.
> If this works for you, then PLEASE let me know of that fact. Step 3 by
> the way is important right now, because the act of just reloading the
> driver doesn't at the moment cause the video standard to be reset
> properly (and issue I will address shortly).
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