Stefan Bader wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> long time no see.
> Michael Krufky wrote:
>>>> changesets resolve bugs: 299634, 299636, 299640, and 299671.
> That is actually what Tim meant with LP (LaunchPad bugs which will be
> used to track the changes)
Ah, good -- So then I already have this done :-)
>>>> A similar pull request has already been sent to Michael Frey for
>>>> the Belmont project.
>>>> The following changes since commit
>>>> Stefan Bader (1):
>>>> UBUNTU: Ubuntu-2.6.24-22.34
>>>> are available in the git repository at:
>>>> Michael Krufky (5):
>>>> UBUNTU: au0828: add new USB IDs for HVR950Q
>>>> UBUNTU: sms1xxx: fix product name for Hauppauge WinTV MiniStick
>>>> UBUNTU: sms1xxx: Add new USB product ID for Hauppauge WinTV
>>>> UBUNTU: sms1xxx: support two new revisions of the Hauppauge
>>>> WinTV MiniStick
>>>> UBUNTU: sms1xxx: use new firmware for Hauppauge WinTV MiniStick
>>>> ubuntu/media/au0828/au0828-cards.c | 3 +++
>>>> ubuntu/media/sms1xxx/sms-cards.c | 12 +++++++++---
>>>> 2 files changed, 12 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
>>> Do you have an LP started? These patches are gonna have to go through
>>> the SRU process, though they all look suitable. I'm too lazy to look -
>>> where does the new firmware file sms1xxx-hcw-55xxx-dvbt-02.fw come
>> ...an "LP" ? I'm not sure of the terminology.
>> The sms1xxx-hcw-55xxx-dvbt-02.fw replaces the previous firmware image
>> (sms1xxx-hcw-55xxx-dvbt-01.fw). I already provided this image to
>> Michael Frey under the same license as the older firmware file. I
>> understand that there might be a process for that to be distributed,
>> but users can download it from steventoth.net in the meanwhile:
>> ...if you have reservations about the firmware change, then please feel
> This is not so much about the change but the fact that we were looking
> for information about several firmware files lately and had a hard
> time to find out which license those actually use. Especially the v4l
> firmwares were a bit, hm, lets say undetermined in that way. So the
> question would be, do you have a license file that states the origin
> and whether the files are redistributable.
Yes, I can provide such license. At this time, I am only requesting to
change the kernel modules, and I was not yet submitting the firmware
image for distribution in mainstream Ubuntu. Since Ubuntu is not
distributing the old firmware image either, I did not see this to be an
Michael Frey already has both the old firmware and the new firmware, and
a license agreement as provided by Hauppauge during summer '08. I can
provide these files to you as well, but it shouldn't hold up the LUM
Can we take care of firmware distribution in a separate step?
>> free to pull all changesets except for the topmost changeset, which
>> changes the driver to use the -02 firmware instead of -01.
>> The firmware change is backwards-compatible. The new firmware
>> addresses some tuning issues in certain areas and also allows the
>> devices to pass regulatory tests, based on certain regional
>> I'm not sure what needs to be done as far as SRU -- these are
>> changesets that will be merged into the Belmont image. It is simply
>> the addition of some new USB IDs. As agreed between Hauppauge, Dell
>> and Canonical, we are trying to keep Hardy mainstream in sync with
>> all of the driver changes that Hauppauge is providing for the Belmont
>> We want users of Ubuntu proper to benefit from all of the same
>> changes that are going into the Belmont project with regards to the
>> Hauppauge TV tuner sticks.
>> Please also note that these drivers currently only support Hauppauge
>> sticks -- We have already gone through regression testing to verify
>> that the previously supported sticks are unaffected by the changes.
>> These changesets (all except for the firmware update) are already in
>> intrepid, as well as the 2.6.27.y stable kernel series and 2.6.28-rc.
>> Please let me know what other information you need in order to move
>> ahead with the merge.
>> Mike Krufky
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