First version of the driver has been released, look here. Many of the devices on this page need a firmware, the best source for firmwares is OpenELEC dvb-firmware repository. At least in kernel 2. If you need more technical information on a device, have a look at its specific wiki article. Only the non-HD variant with device ID May pass without garnering a response—a distinct byproduct of the fact that there are a limited number of developers, whom might be able to help, that are associated with the project. Like modulators, signal meters, analyzers, sniffers
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This can be solved by using a separate USB adapter with a reliable chipset e. If you really want some bugfix or enhancement, ask if I can do that: In such a case, your non-listed but working device will likely be reported in your system messages as being one of those previously supported devices. If the manufacturer provides open source drivers with an acceptable license, volunteers could technically implement this code in the Linux kernel for true support. Honestly, this point really shouldn’t even need to be written, but you’d be surprised at the number of irrational individuals who write into the mailing list demanding this or that.
For example AMD series chipsets e.
CONFIG_DVB_USB_ANYSEE: Anysee DVB-T/C USB2.0 support
Maybe same as H5? Views Read View source View history.
You can’t look into the sources. Like modulators, signal meters, analyzers, sniffers In any regard, in respect to the above listed suggestions, you may find it to be the case that your device is actually already supported or that experimental support is available.
Depending on what exactly the manufacturer did, you may have to reinstall the drivers every time your kernel is updated.
Please be aware that: There is different NIM used. Drivers are proprietary but well supported. Anysee E30 Combo Plus. Because the component constitution on many devices are often similar or identical, there may be devices that are unlisted but may actually work with the existing driver framework for previously supported devices.
Please check first from that list of devices if I have it already. The information contained here is likely non-exhaustive and, despite best efforts to do otherwise, may contain errors. Please note that kernel version listed here is the version where device ID originally was added.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_DVB_USB_ANYSEE: Anysee DVB-T/C USB support
This page has been accessedtimes. Both modes seem to work.
;lus being demanding is one sure route to being ignored. This page was last modified on 11 Januaryat Such driver would rely on kernel fuse and character device in user space support as well as libfuse. I am happy to see new hardware too.
Although that everything is given for free as a community project, the development has cost tens thousands of euros for me Fully works if the correct drivers are used.
Lets fix it later. Often times, even if they wished to help, their energies are entirely tied up with other projects. First version of the driver has been released, look here. I have done all this work almost without any salary and even spend rather much money on these devices, no to mention used time Only the kinux variant with device ID Please feel free to create a device specific page if there is enough worthwhile information that doesn’t fit in the comments field.
No need to reinstall drivers when your kernel is updated. Should NOT be treated as an order drop-off queue.
If you are unsure about how to do it, click on the edit icon for a device that already has a link to see how it is done.