[pvrusb2] lirc_i2c issues with pvrusb2 (possible hardware change)
rrschmitz at gmail.com
Tue Jan 16 11:08:45 CST 2007
OMG guys, thank you so much.
I believe the original problem was I didn't realize the pvrusb2 was included
in the kernel, so when I first installed the 1227 driver, it was not
overlaying the kernel driver. I did as you suggested and removed the
pvrusb2 included with the kernel and updated with the 1/14 driver, and
bingo, the remote is working.
Sorry if I wasted any of your time, and thank you soo much for helping out
an inexperienced linux guy. One good thing thats come out of this is I've
learned a lot about linux in a short time because of this.
On 1/16/07, Mike Isely <isely at isely.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 16 Jan 2007, Ryan Schmitz wrote:
> > Ok well, I had originally installed the 1227 driver, but after upgrading
> > kernel I went with the included one(though neither has worked). I can
> > to download your latest driver and try again, though.
> I would have expected the 20061227 snapshot to have worked.
> > Sorry about the http issue, this link will work:
> > http://www.nyconcertsocial.com/Linux/dmesg.log
> From the log it looks like that was the in-kernel driver from 2.6.18;
> there's no way IR will work there.
> Any driver snapshot from 20061007 or later should work with 24xxx IR.
> Can you please double-check that case? Make sure when you install the
> new pvrusb2.ko that you rename / remove the in-kernel copy of that
> module. You can verify what version got loaded by looking for the
> banner it prints when the module initializes. For example, from your
> log file we see:
> Hauppauge WinTV-PVR-USB2 MPEG2 Encoder/Tuner : V4L in-tree version
> If you run a snapshot version, the snapshot ID will be printed. This
> banner means it was the in-kernel driver or from the v4l-dvb repository.
> If it still doesn't work, there are other things we can look at.
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