awalls at radix
Jan 17, 2010, 11:08 AM
Post #2 of 2
On Sun, 2010-01-17 at 09:05 +0000, Robert Sharp wrote:
> I recently upgraded a PC with the PVR-150 to 2.6.31 and am suffering
> from the return of the tinniness problem. There is an interesting
> discussion in the dev list but no clear resolution. Can someone explain
> either when the fix discussed will be available to ordinary users or how
> we can apply the patch to fix this.
I have a fix that Martin is (rightly) not happy with here:
if you could test it out and let me know if it make the problem go away,
that would be great.
Then as a second step, if you can normally reliably reproduce the tinny
audio, look to reduce the delays in this part of the patch:
I would appreciate it. I was thinking 10 msec for the first msleep()
and 140 to 100 msec for the second msleep.
The easiest way to test it is:
3. Change into the directory and build:
4. Back up your current modules in /linux/`uname -r`/kernel/media
if you want to roll back.
5. Then install the modules as root,unload any running modules, and load
the new ivtv module:
(kill the mythbackend or anything else that has the devices open)
And you're ready to test.
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