This card advertises as being a dual tuner in the sense that you can have two streams active at one frontend at the same time see package photo below. I just bought one of these as well, and would like to know if there is a way to get this working. Also, the firmware for the cx is needed. In order for the map to be detected, however, a kernel update from 3. And automated way to do this are the pm-utils hooks or systemctls sleep hooks for systemd systems. I’ve also tried building liplianin but it’s reporting that it doesn’t support my kernel Apologies for bumping an old topic, but are there any more up to date instructions for getting this card to work on Ubuntu
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Can I use this card with Tvheadend? Just an update in case someone stumbles onto this topic: The remote is used for several Terratec TV products e.
I just bought one of these as well, and would like to know if there is a way to get this working. Retrieved from ” https: To fix this issue you should unload the following modules before suspend and load it after wake up. In order for the map to be detected, however, a kernel update from 3. After that the card was recognized by the operating system – but not with “lspci”, but with “lsusb”. The card itself was added upstream on LinuxTV’s git repository on and may have been merged upstream.
I do not think it helps.
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My my linux knowledge is quite limited. Added by Fredrik Ling over 5 years ago.
CINERGY S2 PCIe DUAL
CrazyCat has forked the liplianin driver package, and he has added this terratec card. The microtune tuner was merged in kernel version 3. There are two tuners microtune mt which both can tune to a DVB-C frequency, but since only one demodulator supports DVB-C you can not demodulate the intermediate frequency specific to DVB-C, this is a hardware limitation.
As I am using unraid and ccinergy ubuntu duwl isn’t so easy for me to test.
TBSDTV Community Forum • View topic – TBS Driver and TerraTec Cinergy T PCIe dual
Also, the firmware for the cx is needed. Could you please write exactly how you managed to get your tuner working?
Apologies for bumping an old topic, but are there any more up to date instructions for getting this card to work on Ubuntu This card appears to be supported from kernel 3. This is only true for DVB-T so the package is actually misleading.
Unfortunately, because of that in the module dw USB id is hardcoded to load the xinergy.
This card is supported from kernel version 3. I uploaded 2x files for a different card. I am running Ubuntu I have tried replacing your dw Kernel has been upgraded to 4.
Terratec CINERGY S2 PCIe DUAL?? Firmware for Ubuntu – Tvheadend
Processing of the signals is a little different than the other chipsets so you need another keymap than already available in the LIRC database at . And automated way to do this are the pm-utils hooks or systemctls sleep hooks for systemd systems. Besides the obvious v4l stuff, need are: Card is installed, visible via lsusb took me ages to figure out why I couldn’t ccinergy anything via lspci! If you look at the other cards so they have created patches to add USB id to dw Apparently I have to build a custom kernel, and I have no idea how to do that Maybe Fredrik Ling who created the topic could test it, and tell us if its duall checking out?