I have a tv card with chip saa7133, thus the saa7134 driver is needed.
Since I need to modprobe saa7134 with a "tuner=" parameter
I tried this script:
#/bin/sh MAXTUNER=70 i=0 while [ $i -lt $MAXTUNER ]; do rmmod tuner saa7134 modprobe saa7134 card=2 tuner=$i echo "Actual tuner is:" $i sleep 1 tvtime i=$(($i+1)) done
And I get a picture when tuner=4. However it stays on one station no matter what I do (and I have tried everything I could think of); changing the channel has no effect at tuner=4.
In the gentoo wiki it says the correct parameters for my card is card=2 tuner=2, but I get nothing with that.
The card is working fine -- tested it in windows.
edit: also according to http://gentoo-wiki.com/HARDWARE_saa7134, tuner=4 is "NoTuner," which is... weird?
You can see /usr/src/linux-($uname -r)/include/media/tuner.h file for 'tuner' parameter and /usr/src/linux-($uname -r)/drivers/media/video/saa7134.h for 'card' parameter.
I get a picture when tuner = 4 but changing the channel has no effect.