Multiple TV Cards.
2008/6/21 Andrew MacKenzie <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> +++ Duane Griffin [gentoo-user] [Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 11:53:38PM +0100]:
>> Nope, it doesn't work like that. But luckily, there is another way.
>> The tuner parameter is an array. Try "tuner=-1,2" to auto-detect on
>> the first card and specify the tuner explicitly for the second.
> Sweet, I never knew that! Is this 'standard' for options passed to modules
> (so if I needed to do something similar with two NICs)?
It depends on the specific parameter/module. You can see the parameter
types in their description using modinfo. For example, "/sbin/modinfo
e1000e" shows most parameters with type "array of int". These will
probably work in a similar way. However the "copybreak" parameter has
type "uint", so that can only be set to a single value globally.
You may also find it useful to check existing parameter values by
looking at /sys/module/<module>/parameters/<parameter> files.
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