Twinhan 1041 Driver
Download ->>> https://blltly.com/2tr8qQ
TwinHan's foray into Linux originated with closed source bttv drivers (based on the BSD License) for Redhat 9.0. Unfortunately, there was a heavy cross exchange of fire between the bttv authors and the company, and TwinHan subsequently removed Linux as a supported OS from the list of supported platforms.
Since June 2007 Twinhan is delivering linux drivers again for a list of their devices. The supplied drivers are binaries compiled for the i586 platform and activate the CI part on the card which have them. In the archives most of the sources are supplied, probably due to GPL, except the part for the CI-module, probably closed source. So recompiling will not work.
Here ( -dvb/2008-February/023821.html) is the output for the Technisat Skystar HD2. It looks like it is a Twinhan VP-1041/Azurewave AD SP400 rebadge. Note that the subsystem ID (1ae4:0001) is different to the one listed above for the Azurewave card (1822:0031). Note also that a different subsystem ID for a Skystar HD2 (1ae4:0003) has been reported for some cards at -dvb/2008-July/027261.html so perhaps a change needs to be made to allow for this possibility too.
It was released for kernel 2.6.18, and the Fedora Core 6 distribution, so considerable work would beneeded to port it to the latest kernel. Some preliminary work on this has been reported, and lockinghas been reported to be better than the multiproto driver,see -dvb/2008-October/029642.html.
Whilst it is encouraging that Twinhan bothered to put a Linux driver on their website, it is almostuseless to end users. It does not compile with current kernels -- it was not released in the kernel and did not benefit from the future-proofing that that provides. It also offers no open-sourceCI support. If Twinhan would like to cooperate with the whole community to develop first-classfuture-proof open-source support for this card in the form of a released in-kernel Linuxdriver it would greatly benefit them and their customers.
It has been reported that (reference) the Technisat will not be recognised as a frontend unless the value of the MANTIS_VP_1041_DVB_S2 #define in mantis_vp1041.h is changed from 0x0031 to 0x0001 to suit the different subsystem ID. Even with this change the card currently will not tune unless placed in DVB-S2 mode first using szap, even if the channel you want is DVB-S(Can someone please recheck this and report, stating driver version etc).
Mantis driver is included in kernel version => 2.6.33-rc6.If you use a lower kernel version, there exists two different drivers you can download and compile. One driver is available at -v4l-dvb, and another at -dvb.
Unfortunately only the first one ( vp-1020a) works correctly. The second one (vp-1041) only works correctly with hotbird 13E on disecq id 0, but for some unclear reasons mythtv refuses to work with Astra 19,2E on disecq id 1. So I am concluding that mythtv disecq does not work with my specific vp-1041 dvb-s2 pci cards although it works very well with my vp-1020a dvb-s pci card ( strange ).
Please note that I tested the current trunk version of the s2-liplianin drivers ( s2-liplianin-8c8997d531c6 ), it installs and compiles ok but it does not solve the issue. I could not install r 12463 with kernel 184.108.40.206 since it does not compile, that is why I fell back to kernel 220.127.116.11.
I confirm that there is a compatibility issue between the vp-1041 twinhan dvb-s2 card ( Azurewave ADSP 400 ), the current mythtv diseqc implementation, the current v4l-dvb drivers merged in kernel 18.104.22.168.
If this problem if not fixed in mythtv, it means that owners of dvb-s2 pci cards based on the mantis bridge ( Azurewave ADSP400, Skystar HD2, Teratec Cinergy ) will potentially no longer be able to use their hardware as from kernel 22.214.171.124. As from this release the linux kernel will include mantis drivers incompatible with mythtv but compatible with the other applications such as Kaffeine and hts-tvheadend
Nothing in the API for DiSEqC has changed in the new kernel-- there are *multiple* drivers which have changed, however-- simply working in other, differently implemented softwares is not an indication that the problem lies in Myth.
So you need install some driver for usb rc receiver. Some another HID device, work as keyboard. I think this shipped with SS HD2 PCI devices (Twinhan-Azurewave 1041, AD-SP400 OEM). Anyway this not supported direct by current WinLIRC plugins.
If you get a generic IR receiver, like some of those listed on the winlirc webpage you should be able to use both of those remotes. HID remotes are possible to support with custom drivers, but it's more hassle than it's worth really.
HID devices install themselves as keyboards in windows. Some sort of low level driver is needed to either intercept the keyboard messages, or low level driver that stops them being sent entirely. It is possible, I had a few attempts in the past, but not something I will probably support in winlirc.
This plugin is for the Technisat PC-DVB tuners with integrated IR RC support and NDIS(WDM)-drivers.Now supported SkyStar USB HD (USB2.0), SkyStar 2 eXpress HD (PCI-E).In config need select tuner device number (if installed many tuners).
1 you need a HDTV-capable MPEG2 decoder for it, i.e. NVIDIA or WinDVD2 max. size depends on filesystem and free capacity (of course)3 more than two are possible with different instances of the plugin or presented as mosaic4 feature is switchable and time adjustable5 with error-checking already during the recording 6 you need the latest driver for this
Now, when fps goes down to 15-20 fps, the metrics do not show the card running out of memory, cpu and gpu use% are ok, so I think this is software related more than hardware related. Tough. I definitely need to try DVBViewer 4.0 as Starman says, and/or possibly other Catalyst driver. I'll also log the monitoring graphs to have a close look. It looks like I need to have 50 fps on HDTV to be ok.
I use last Cyberlink PDVDv8 h.264/VC1 codecs and last CCC drivers (v.8.12). This codec get activate DXVA with .mkv files in DVBViewer but dont work with HD dvb-s2 encpryted channels. For play .mkv files I use Haali Media Splitter and maybe this is the difference.
I cant understand that difference between GPU and CPU load on hd files and hd channels assuming dxva is working. The only explanation that I find is the splitter used (Haali on mkv's and DvbSource on HD channels). Maybe DvbSource not activate properly graphics acceleration in combination with the latest Catalyst drivers. Hopefully someone with Ati graphic driver and access to encrypted HD channels we could clarify something.
First I have a new bug - the powerdvd 7.3.4407 is now unusuable. When I launch it to watch a regular DVD, the system will hang, and will eventually display a windows blue screen, saying in essence : \"windows has stopped because your graphic driver is in infinite loop\", \"it is either a problem with the graphic card or with the pilot\". I can fix that by :
Second - I had answer from ATI support, with a step by step guide to troubleshoot this DXVA issue. Good guide, I'm attaching it to the post. I had followed step 1 (re-installing catalyst driver cleanly with 'driver cleaner') without success before. This time, I followed step 2 and upgraded the BIOS of my motherboard. Then DXVA worked in Media Player Classic.
TechnoTrend TT1200/1401/2400/3200/3600/3650 The Home Decor system combines a high quality satellite speaker/sub combo with a wide selection of designer. Pinnacle Audio cards Windows drivers can help you to fix Pinnacle Audio cards. Technisat SkyStar 2, SkyStar HD, SkyStar USB 2.0, SkyStar USB Plus(use TT-Connect 2400)
I never found that the various online PCI library resources were complete in regard to subid's, I either had to go through the driver source code or try and filter the .ko binaries. It took a long time to get a complete picture of the drivers represented in those posts.
aacraid.ko v1.2-1-ms - Dell PERC2, 2/Si, 3/Si, 3/Di, Adaptec Advanced Raid Products, HP NetRAID-4M, IBM ServeRAID & ICP SCSI driverVen : 1011 Dev : 0046 DECchip 21554Ven : 1028 Dev : 0001 PowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller 2/SiVen : 1028 Dev : 0002 PowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller 3/DiVen : 1028 Dev : 0003 PowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller 3/SiVen : 1028 Dev : 0004 PowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller 3/Di [Iguana]Ven : 1028 Dev : 000A PowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller 3/DiVen : 9005 Dev : 0200 AdaptecVen : 9005 Dev : 0283 AAC-RAIDVen : 9005 Dev : 0284 AAC-RAIDVen : 9005 Dev : 0285 AAC-RAIDVen : 9005 Dev : 0286 AAC-RAID (Rocket)Ven : 9005 Dev : 0287 AdaptecVen : 9005 Dev : 0288 AdaptecVen : 9005 Dev : 028B Series 6 - 6G SAS/PCIe 2Ven : 9005 Dev : 028C Series 7 6G SAS/PCIe 3Ven : 9005 Dev : 028D Series 8 12G SAS/PCIe 3Ven : 9005 Dev : 028F Smart Storage PQI 12G SAS/PCIe 3
aic94xx.ko v1.0.3 - Adaptec aic94xx SAS/SATA driverVen : 9005 Dev : 0410 AIC-9410W SAS (Razor HBA RAID)Ven : 9005 Dev : 0412 AIC-9410W SAS (Razor HBA non-RAID)Ven : 9005 Dev : 0416 ASC-58300 SAS (Razor-External HBA non-RAID)Ven : 9005 Dev : 041E AIC-9410W SAS (Razor ASIC non-RAID)Ven : 9005 Dev : 041F AIC-9410W SAS (Razor ASIC RAID)Ven : 9005 Dev : 0430 AIC-9405W SAS (Razor-Lite HBA RAID)Ven : 9005 Dev : 0432 AIC-9405W SAS (Razor-Lite HBA non-RAID)Ven : 9005 Dev : 043E AIC-9405W SAS (Razor-Lite ASIC non-RAID)Ven : 9005 Dev : 043F AIC-9405W SAS (Razor-Lite ASIC RAID)
bnxt_en.ko v0.1.24 - Broadcom BCM573xx network driverVen : 14E4 Dev : 16C9 BCM57302 NetXtreme-C 10Gb/25Gb Ethernet ControllerVen : 14E4 Dev : 16CA BCM57304 NetXtreme-C 10Gb/25Gb/40Gb/50Gb Ethernet ControllerVen : 14E4 Dev : 16CB NetXtreme-C Ethernet Virtual FunctionVen : 14E4 Dev : 16D1 BCM57404 NetXtreme-E 10Gb/25Gb Ethernet ControllerVen : 14E4 Dev : 16D2 BCM57406 NetXtreme-E 10GBASE-T Ethernet ControllerVen : 14E4 Dev : 16D3 NetXtreme-E Ethernet Virtual Function 1e1e36bf2d