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In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them. Suffice it to say that modules are to Linux what drivers are to H0006. I have got the drivers loaded, the firmware in, have gotten it to scan wintv hvr h006 treiber download the cable channels.
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It is a software utility which automatically finds and downloads the right driver. To find the newest driver, you may need to visit the Hauppauge website. Most major device manufacturers update their drivers regularly. Once you have downloaded your new driver, you’ll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them. Locate the device and model that is having the issue and double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
In most cases, you will need to reboot your computer in order for the driver update to take effect. Tech Tip: Driver downloads and updates come in a variety of file formats with different file extensions. Each file type has a slighty different installation procedure to follow. Enter sudo modprobe em28xx, and when prompted type in your password and press enter. Plug in your device. Wait a few seconds, then enter dmesg tail, and post the results here.
Mmm, having some problems here. All went OK, until I launch Kaffiene. I then get an error that it cannot bind to socket. I use a pinnacle i with qam support for tv viewing. I have got the drivers loaded, the firmware in, have gotten it to scan all the cable channels. I only have cable internet so no tv stations.
When it scans it finds a lot of stations but no qam one can be viewed only two on analog. Using winxp with his same card in same machine i get about 14 clear qam. Still trying to figure out why this is.
Any suggestions? Do you know the exact model number? I’ll look into this and let you know if I think of anything. The easiest thing is to wait for 2. Hardy is currently using 2. Alternatively, you can use this guide, which I haven’t used so can’t comment on Sounds like you only have the firmware for the analog tuner.
I’ve found the right firmware but I’m not sure the correct modules are available using the current kernel. It can’t hurt to try the firmware though, so I’m adding it to the package. Try re-installing the firmware package on the first page, rebooting, and trying again. Tom Thanks for the link, that’s got it up and running. Much appreciated. Hi baz. I refer you to my response to him. There’s a huge amount of it at the end of that post so I might try adding it to the firmware package.
Unfortunately I’m a bit limited at the moment as to how much I can help as I am at my girlfriend’s so don’t have acces to an Ubuntu computer or my files. I suggest you hold off for a few days and I’ll add that firmware at the weekend. Thanks for the great guide Tom! Hi all! First of all, nosami is right about MeTV. It’s a great app and I’ve been using it myself. It doesn’t have quite the same level of features and stability as Kaffeine e.
It’s only in its early stages, but I don’t doubt that it’ll soon be a match for Kaffeine. Secondly, my Easter vacation has finished so I’m back at university. This means that the update I promised might be a little late coming, but I’ll try and do it in a few days. My laptop doesn’t have Ubuntu installed wireless doesn’t work for me in Gutsy , but I’ll try Hardy soon and if it works then I’ll do the packaging.
What with updating to Hardy I completely forgot about this! Should be up by the end of tomorrow. Thanks all for being patient. Hi All, Hope you don’t mind me joining in. I would love to change completely to ubuntu but at the minute have a few issues that need resolving before I can, this being one of them.
Any help would be much appreciated and I hope that the information I have provided is enough to help debugging. Thanks, Matt. There’s a new package today! Make sure you get the newest one because I’ve kept the old one up too in case the new one breaks anything it shouldn’t though. Any one with trouble please install the new package then re-post your issue. I’m afraid responses from me may be few and far between as I’m quite busy at university at the moment.
However if you do need any help just ask and I’ll do my best. I installed the new firmware packages and then ran ‘sudo modprobe em28xx’. I then removed the device and re plugged it in and I get the same dmesg tail again. I am not fully up to speed on the workings of linux but it seems that the system for mapping drivers to devices isn’t picking the device up as being an em28xx based device although I am assured by many others on the internet that it is.
That link has a patched kernel with a newer em28xx module. It shouldn’t make a difference but anything’s worth a shot. The above link also contains firmware not included in my package.
Bizarrely different sticks are supported by different firmwares that are named the same, therefore not all can be included in the package. It could be that you need a different firmware. Hi again, I have tried the instructions from the website given. It has taken a lot longer than hoped but I think I am finally getting somewhere.
I downloaded their firmware package, I don’t think this did anything as I have already got yours installed but anyway. I downloaded the kernel update thingy and tried to compile it but got loads and loads of errors. I downloaded and compiled these but had no look since it still wasn’t picking my device up properly because of the hardware id no.