I'm using the CVS driver on a 2.4.23 kernel (Slackware 9.1)
I have the driver working with there setting in modules.conf
alias char-major-61 lirc_i2c
alias char-major-81-0 rivatv
options rivatv card=101 tvbox=1 dma=0
This is the output of cat /proc/driver/rivatv
nVidia Chip: GeForce2 MX
Model: Creative 3D Blaster Personal Cinema GeForce2 MX400
Architecture: NV10 (NV11)
Access: Control [0xde000000-0xdeffffff]
Interrupts: 0 out of 1359 (DMA: 0, Overlay: 0, Missing: 1359)
Tuner: Philips PAL_BG (FI1216 and compa
IR chip: present
I am now trying to get TV-out working. If I use the NVIDIA binary driver
(NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-4496-pkg2.run) tv-out works but the riva driver
Any hints on what to try?
Also, I'm trying to use the rivatv driver to capture TV recordings
(mythtv) but capture is too slow. If I use the dma=1 option as uggested
to speed thing up my system hangs when I start a capture (or even
I hope to get some hints to get this working.
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