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Re: bttv tuner card and tuner problems



On Sunday 03 September 2006 02:48, glenn mehesy wrote:
> I have now been working on this for quite some time and cannot figure
> this out. I am trying to get my leadtek tuner with a bttv chip working.
> It is an NTSC tuner but debian etch insists on setting the tuner to type
> 5 which is a PAL type. Needless to say it does not work. I have tried
> putting various options lines in modules.conf using both bttv and tuner
> as the module but I keep getting a tuner type 5. I had this card working
> in this very system under Fedora Core 4 but an switching all my linux
> system to Debian. I tried this same system under sarge but the kernel
> was to old and did not support this card so I installed FC4 and it
> worked fine when I was able to pass the tuner as an option to the
> module. What do I need to do in Etch to pass the tuner=2 option to the
> bttv module? I have been googling for the past 10 hours trying
> everything I could find but nothing worked. The Etch install is up to
> date and I'm running a 2.6.16 686 kernel. Thank you in advance for you
> help.

Try modprobe -r bttv and modprobe -r tuner then for my TV2000XP Deluxe I would 
use modprobe bttv card=34 tuner=2 you would need to find the correct card= 
number for your card. I use the following in a file I 
created /etc/modprobe.d/tvcard.

## Added by me for proper detection of tuner for TV card
options bttv card=34 tuner=2

The loads the bttv module with the correct tuner and card on boot.

Stephen

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