January 8th, 1. The brand is also refered to as Mentor. Thank you for your reply. How to set up and use? Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. However, be advised that, since some producers label with the same product name boards that, inside, are actually different, there is always some risk of buying an un- or non-completely supported card even if it appears to be.
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If you don’t find your device listed here, but support for it is cited in the up-to-date sources see abovethen you will need to either upgrade to a more recent kernel that has already absorbed saa71334 for the device or, more simply, just get the latest V4L-DVB drivers.
Views Read View source View history. And now I have no idea how to set it up. Make sure you post the waa7134 of your investigations here and on the video4linux mailing list video4linux-list redhat.
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Spending some more time searching newsgroups and mailing lists for complaints is recommended. For details and sound problems see saaalsa. It seems your card isn’t recognized. February 6th, 4. While the saaoss is listed as deprecated, there are still linxu that have difficulties using ALSA’s device enumeration, and the oss module remains useful.
Retrieved from ” https: There is one video capture device in my computer: This page has been saa71134times.
If you build both DMA devices as modules, you can use both alternately, though they cannot both be loaded at the same time.
Results 1 to 4 of 4. There are now two separate drivers for DMA sound, saaalsa and saaoss. Thank you for your reply.
The saa driver — The Linux Kernel documentation
If your card is not listed, see the linuc How to add support for a device ” article. These modules do not require parameters during insertion. January 8th, 1. I found this http: Not unusual really, quite a few tv capture cards aren’t supported on linux. Before buying a new TV card, it’s always worth checking its support status on V4L documentation.
How to configure the Linux kernel/drivers/media/video/saa7134
Device in that article looks like very similar, but with differences of course. I have a kworld pci u and support for it came initially with a patch around the 3. The time now linjx TV cards based on the saax chips are well supported by the saa driver. I’ve found some information in Internet, but either it too complicated or not helping for my case.