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5. After compiling the kernel
successfully, you should use
dmesg to check if the card
was correctly recognized and
incorporated into the system
6. Two simultaneous channel
scans using w_scan; Adapter1
is searching for DVB-T
channels while Adapter2 is
scanning for DVB-C channels
processor in which two CPU
cores are used for compila-
tion. The rule is: “CONCUR-
RENCY_LEVEL=X where X is
the number of the CPU cores
used +1
After a restart GRUB
should allow a boot up in the
newly compiled Kernel. If
any errors should occur, you
should first try to compile
1. We took this path to compile
the kernel under Ubuntu
2. Under Device Drivers,
Multimedia Support, DVB/
ATSC adapters, Customize
DVB Frontends, ST STV0367
based (NEW) with <M> must be
3. Under Device Drivers,
Staging drivers, Altera FPGA
firmware download module
with <M> must be activated
4. Under Device Drivers,
Multimedia Support, Video
capture adapters, Altera FPGA
based CI module with <M> must
be activated
and install an official Kernel.
This should make it easier to
diagnose any future prob-
lems. In many cases it’s the
nVidia graphics card that
is the problem. If this hap-
pens, you should first try to
reinstall up-to-date nVidia
drivers and then try to re-
compile the Kernel. After
the first restart, it would be
a good idea to have a look in
/dev/dvb and check to see if
both adapter0 and adapter1
are available.