DVB-T TV on Pandora


Swordfish II

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Don't forget that In terms of Version numbering 3.2 is lower than 3.16. (That's a separator, not a decimal point)

-Neelix
Oh efffffff

Really? I have been thinking decimal for years.

Oh well, should work out of the box on my Rpi hooked up to my tv
 
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Any refs for compiling for the Pandora?
Last time I just ran it on my Linux desktop, and copied the *.fw over to the pandora in the same /lib/firmware/ (then did a dmesg to see what .fw firmware file it loaded, then removed all unused stuff). The desktop was x86/x64 but no problems with indian-ness.
 

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Last time I just ran it on my Linux desktop, and copied the *.fw over to the pandora in the same /lib/firmware/ (then did a dmesg to see what .fw firmware file it loaded, then removed all unused stuff). The desktop was x86/x64 but no problems with indian-ness.
I'll give that a whirl, but now that I know it actually isn't supported by by or kernel, I have little hope
 

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Well, the Netherlands is now totally DVB-T2, this means that all DVB-T devices are now obsolete and do not receive signal (not even radio). The government European Union requested the 700MHz-band because they are going to use it for 4G/5G starting 2020.
That means I need to buy a DVB-T2 usb device and the GENIATECH MyGica T230 is saying it can handle Linux... so... let's see...
 
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