This morning I bought a usb hybrid tv tuner and till now I'm trying to understand even the most basic issues. Where can I find a driver? is there a driver for my tv tuner? which software should I use if it ever works? I get really tired and dizzy googling around, reading staff etc so I finally turned in and I'm seeking some help here.
After a crash course in USB interface protocols, Linux hotplug architecture, NXP chip-sets and v4l-dvb modules, I have come to the conclusion that a kernel module is missing Fortunately, it looks like one of the existing drivers in the v4l-dvb source tree might do the job as they use the same chipset, the NXP TDA18271HD. The USB is putting the device into the physical memory space, and the kernel is realizing that there needs to be a module loaded. But it is up to the modules or the rules in /etc/udev/rules.d to load the specific module. Each kernel module recognizes a class of devices or even an individual device that it can handle (the vendor/product codes).
The ride on the logding trail is very bumpy, especially when the 4x4 drivers drove fast on the uneven surface. Kiddo told me sometime the speed can reach 100km/hr on the trail... OMG... haha! The trail can be very muddy and slippery especially after rain. Even our 4x4 also experienced 'drift' at some tricky surface. Kiddo called this is FUN! 2b1af7f3a8