ANYSEE E7 T2C LINUX DRIVER
Details on development history. This is a generic entry for the Anysee E7 line. Find all posts by nippe. The original driver seems to not cope well with the usb device removal, though the playback worked. Add ASIC rev support commit ath6kl:
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My receivers are supported since they are working with FreeView.
DVB-T2 and related drivers
Initial driver for Wacom Intuos4 Wireless Bluetooth commit Move the hid-hyperv driver out of staging commit hid-input: No Signal on Encrypted channels. Please be aware that: Also all kind of digital television equipment’s are more than welcome since those make development easier.
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Sometimes a manufacturer forks v4l-dvb all on their own and writes a driver for their device so they can claim Linux support. Hauppauge HVR Analog driver support commit cx Anysee Anysee E30 Combo Plus.
A as of the box, AB as detected by the kernel. The default mode is DVB-C.
Such driver would rely on kernel fuse and character device in user space support as well as libfuse. If you are experiencing problems with USB devices, it may not be f2c fault of the tuner.
PID filter table count 15 – limited to about 3 or 4 simultaneous TV h2c. No need to reinstall drivers when your kernel is updated. Add ITF support commit lm If the manufacturer would stop to support the drivers, the userspace driver may still continue to work with newer Linux systems Disadvantages: Views Read View source View history. The symptoms are that they can not find any channels.
DVBLogic • View topic – Working DVB-T2 Tuners?
The device specific article is linked via abysee device’s name but not all are linked yet. In such a case, your non-listed but working device will likely be reported in your system messages as being one of those previously supported devices.
If you really want some bugfix or enhancement, ask if I can do that: However, please note that inquiries to the mailing list: Thanks for this, it looks interesting.
Note that if your device is similar to or contains components for which driver development is currently being undertaken, then it is possible that you will pique the developers’ interest and can obtain some assistance that, possibly, leads to full support for your device.
Probably supported by older kernels too not searched.
I will try to fix that At least they have a different usb id. The commit links don’t work. The QT in this device has it’s problems. I am happy to see new hardware too. Tested with kernel 2. In dmesg I see: Views Read View source View history.
Afatech AFAFreescale mc44s Thanks I’ve started to read up on this matter.