em28xx/xc3028, kernel 3.0 and Terratec Cinergy T XS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 20, 2012
I'm using Ubuntu 11.10 with kernel 3.0.0-15 and I was trying to get my Terratec Cinergy T XS DVB-T USB-Stick up and running. I read everywhere that this card should work out of the box, see here.
I tried everything I could find via google but I had no luck. I even compiled and installed v4l-dvb from source etc... The card is being recognized but I never get the dvb device creation.
Does anyone have some suggestions how to make this work?
Bus 002 Device 008: ID 0ccd:0043 TerraTec Electronic GmbH Cinergy T XS
[11657.208290] usb 2-1.2: USB disconnect, device number 7
[11657.208405] em28xx #1: disconnecting em28xx #1 video
[11657.208415] em28xx #1: V4L2 device video2 deregistered
[11657.208664] xc2028 18-0061: destroying instance
[11660.031592] usb 2-1.2: new high speed USB device number 8 using ehci_hcd
[11660.131859] em28xx: New device TerraTec Electronic GmbH Cinergy T USB XS @ 480 Mbps (0ccd:0043, interface 0, class 0)
How to set up and use terratec cinergy hybrid T usb xs fm device (0ccd:0072)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 5, 2008
I had some troubles setting up and using the Terratec Cinergy hybrid T usb xs fm device (lsusb: 0ccd:0072) so just to share with the community this little how to. My system is Ubuntu 7.10.
The device is an tv card (usb) that offers dvb-t (digitenne in Nederland), analogue tv and analogue fm radio.
1. Installing the driver:
Markus Rechberger and him team have done an excellent job in boulding and documenting the driver. A very good how to can be found here: http://mcentral.de/wiki/index.php5/Installation_Guide
A few extra remarks:
- the document is mentions pinnacle device but also works for the terratec
- the how to starts with removing quite a few directories. Markus says this is a save way to go but I used a little causion and common sense here.
- normally the linux-headers are enough to compile your stuff. You normally don't need the full kernel source. However the dvb-core headers were not in the headers I had on my system so I nevertheless had to install the fu
Trying to use my Terratec Cinergy HT PCI DVBT card
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 28, 2009
I just installed Ubuntu 9.04 and I am trying to set up my Terratec Cinergy HT PCI DVB-T card to watch TV on my computer. I opened Totem but I didn't see any option to watch TV. I don't know if the card was even recognized, for instance:
TerraTec Cinergy T2 USB and udev
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 21, 2006
I am looking for some help getting a TerraTec Cinergy T2 (T^2) USB DVB-T adapter working. The adapter is supported by linuxtv, and I have the appropriate kernel modules built. I think the problem I am having is in the devices that are being set up, or not being set up, when I plug the adapter in.
When I plug the adapter in after a reboot, that is, before any of the appropriate modules have been loaded, the system makes these devices in /dev/dvb/adapter0:
bash-3.1$ ls -l /dev/dvb/adapter0/
crw-rw---- 1 root video 212, 4 May 20 16:18 demux0
crw-rw---- 1 root video 212, 5 May 20 16:18 dvr0
crw-rw---- 1 root video 212, 3 May 20 16:18 frontend0
crw-rw---- 1 root video 212, 7 May 20 16:18 net0
If I remove the adapter, the frontend0 devices is deleted, but the others remain. When I plug the adapter back in, frontend0 is created again.
lsmod the shows these cinergyT2 specific modules as being loaded:
cinergyT2 13444 0
Terratec Cinergy 2400i PCIE
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 30, 2011
Hi. I've tried everything I can find to get this working. I've put ngene_15.fw as well as _16 and _17 in /lib/firmware. I've tried the following drivers:
and cinergy_2400i_ngene_treiber.zip from a german forum.
Absolutely none of these have done anything for me. The info on my card is as follows:
03:00.0 Multimedia video controller : Micronas Semiconductor Holding AG Device [18c3:0720]
Subsystem: TERRATEC Electronic GmbH Device [153b:1167]
Control: I/O+ Mem+ BusMaster+ SpecCycle- MemWINV- VGASnoop- ParErr- Stepping- SERR- FastB2B- DisINTx-
Status: Cap+ 66MHz- UDF- FastB2B- ParErr- DEVSEL=fast >TAbort- <TAbort- <MAbort- >SERR- <PERR- INTx-
Latency: 0, Cache Line Size: 16 bytes
Interrupt: pin A routed to IRQ 11
Region 0: Memory at cbff0000 (32-bit,
Support for Cinergy hybrid T USB XS?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 20, 2005
Are there any driver for this Terratec Hybrid Card? Will be some support from the Linux community in the future? Or is it possible to use the cinergyT2 driver (with modifications)?
Cinergy HTC USB xs hd card in 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 9, 2013
I have a Cinergy HTC USB xs hd card in my PC and I installed Ubuntu 12.04.
And now I'm trying to install it - I found the entry on http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/em28xx but there it states that the driver is no longer developed?
Could somebody please guide me through the installation process or has experience with this kind of hardware?
Thanks a lot!
kernel performance for old hardware...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 10, 2012
Greetings linux experts....
I'm a longtime Ubuntu user (~6 yrs) and prefer to run old hardware (<1Ghz processor, <512MB ram). For this reason i've stuck with older Ubuntus (8.04, 10.04) and prefer to run with openbox desktop to keep things lean.
I've been doing some distro research but can't find an answer. Seems as though many previous Ubuntu users have switched to Arch linux and often mention how lean and non-bloated their installs/systems run.
I'm happy with Ubuntu and the performance is okay, considering the old hardware.
Question: If Ubuntu 8.04 uses linux-headers 2.6.24 and the latest Arch linux uses linux-headers 3.5.6, won't the most recent install of Arch (they use a rolling release system) run heavier/slower than my old Ubuntu 8.04 install?
This is my hunch, can anyone with actual experience confirm?
Thanks in advance,
[SOLVED] Xubuntu/Ubuntu not booting after kernel update
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 30, 2013
Edit - Actually, my mistake, simply a blank USB stick in there that meant it was trying to boot from that rather than from the HDD.
kernel 3.0 & radeon VGA driver issues
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 16, 2011
Ever since kernel 3.0 (this may have also been true of the later 2.6 series) I have experienced issues with my video.
VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc RV710 [Radeon HD 4350]
At boot, the display becomes "garbled" and it is impossible to get to my Linux. I first noticed this with Arch - I had kept off upgrading my kernel and stayed with 2.6.37 (which worked fine.) On upgrade to V 3.0, my problems began.
I discovered that adding "nomodeset" or "acpi=force" to the boot parameters got me to my desktop.
The radeon driver in Arch gave me a blocky black bar when mouse scrolling in any XFCE software. This problem did not occur in Firefox.
My xorg.conf is set to run a second monitor by adding a Virtual desktop 2560 x 1024. This caused no issues with my earlier kernel.
Coincidentally, I wanted to replace my small HDD on this computer so a distro install was needed. I thought I'd give Ubuntu 11.10 a whirl (rather than installing Arch and having t
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