Daniel Pielmeier <email@example.com> [11-01-17 17:03]:
> 2011/1/17 <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > I am running a vanilla linux kernel version 2.6.37 .
> > Furthermore in
> > * */lib/firmware
> > there is a folder called
> > * *av7110
> > which I think contains the firmware for that card.
> I don't think this card needs a firmware. You just enabled to much dvb
> related stuff in your kernel configuration which results in the
> creation of this folder. I need the av7110 stuff here for my FF DVB-S
> What problem do you have with this card, normally dmesg should spit
> something out if there is firmware missing.
The problem is, that the channel selection does not work in a proper
Suppose you have the channels:
A B C D E F G
* => currently selected channel
Now (in vlc) you press N for "next". "B" gets selected. "N"...nothing
happens. "N" .... "D" gets selected. "P" (previous) ... "C" gets
selected. Sometimes you have to go even three steps forward and two
backward to get a certain channel selected.
A few channel sometime are not selectable at all....
Same with mplayer...so it is not the player itsself...
What can I do?
Any help is very appreciated !
> > I read, that I need "hotplug" to load this firmware while booting.
> > I did a
> > * *emerge hotplug
> > which runs fine but gave me warning that I should emerge coldplug.
> > Ok, so I did an additional
> > * *emerge coldplug
> > which fails with
> > * *solfire:/home/mccramer>sudo emerge coldplug
> > * *Calculating dependencies... done!
> > * *[ebuild *N * *] sys-apps/coldplug-20040920-r1
> > * *[blocks B * * ] sys-apps/coldplug ("sys-apps/coldplug" is blocking sys-fs/udev-151-r4)
> > * *[blocks B * * ] >=sys-fs/udev-089 (">=sys-fs/udev-089" is blocking sys-apps/coldplug-20040920-r1)
> > * ** Error: The above package list contains packages which cannot be
> > * ** installed at the same time on the same system.
> > * *(sys-apps/coldplug-20040920-r1, ebuild scheduled for merge) pulled in by
> > * * * *coldplug
> > If I understand this correctly, I have to downgrade udev from udev-151
> > down to udev-089 to be able to install coldplug.
> > Is this really needed? How can I install the firmware?
> I think the functionality from hot- and coldplug is now provided by
> udev thus the blocker.
> Daniel Pielmeier