I’ve cut off the output after the Mhz part as there are no further multiplexes from my transmitter. No services are detected and tvheadend moves on to scanning other multiplexes instead. In any regard, in respect to the above listed suggestions, you may find it to be the case that your device is actually already supported or that experimental support is available. Same driver may be usable for different Linux versions, depending on what vendor did. Thanks folks, I’m impatient to make some progress and will check out that link Wish I’d gotten into Linux when I was younger and learned to skate, play guitar, speak French, etc, etc If you’d like to add a new device supported or unsupported , please go to Template:
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If the info on linuxtv is right http: You can’t look into the sources. I’ve updated from Kernel 3.
View or edit your browsing history. Please help to keep these lists up-to-date so that they are useful for everyone! I bought the item 2nd hand. Here’s some logs etc. If the driver crashes, it won’t crash the system or kernel, only the driver and applications using the driver will be affected. The scan data is from the Crystal Palace transmitter. I am indeed in the UK. I’ve cut off the output after the Mhz part as there are no further multiplexes from my transmitter.
Fingers crossed the August will be recognised and play nicely. When the manufacturer stops updating the drivers, the drivers will quickly refuse to install as newer kernels are released.
Folks, the nightly build of Akgust now features the 3. It looks like someone has written a driver for it here: Does anyone have one? In such cases, the best path might be to try to spearhead the driver development for your device yourself, or hire someone who can.
I’ve just given it another go, but again, no luck unfortunately. Was wondering if this was compatible with tvheadend as there’s not much information from users about this device.
August DVB-T – Tvheadend
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.
The quality of the code if open, there are also cases xugust you augus get a binary blob too often just isn’t good enough and there’s still too much work to be done to make the device work. This stick can switch much quicker between channels than my previous t120. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Sometimes a manufacturer forks v4l-dvb all on their own and writes a driver for their device so they can claim Linux support.
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Amazon Business Service for business customers. Added by derp derp almost 5 years ago. The e was my first choice actually, but after having ordered a e from two separate sites and receiving the recently released e instead, I gave up and went with the August DVB-T since there was no other model to linus it with.
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If I rememeber this right then all the parts of this dvb-t2 dongle tuner, demodulator, usb bridge had already drivers in the kernel so maybe this is a generic issue not specific to this device.
Such driver would rely on kernel fuse and character device in user space support as well as libfuse.
Often times, even if they wished to help, their energies are entirely tied up with other projects. Interesting to hear that it at least may be being worked on though! I received this device the other day.