Easy way to find right module [was Re: Pinnacle PCTV 50e USB capture device [solved]]
- From: Chris Bannister <mockingbird@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 23:12:26 +1300
On Sat, Oct 07, 2006 at 04:50:32PM +0200, Hans du Plooy wrote:
Found a forum in some language I couldn't even identify, but it did lead
me to a post on the Gentoo forums saying the Pinnacle PCTV 50e uses the
saa711x and em28xx modules.
Does anyone know of a good/easy way to find what module is needed for a
particular device without having to scour the Internet? I remember
something about putting the id, given out by lspci, into a web page and
getting it that way. I realise it is the chipset that determines what
module is needed and that similar devices can have different chipsets.
I'm guessing the answer will be "you have to google it" :-(
" ... the official version cannot be abandoned because the implication of
rejecting it is far too disturbing: that we are subject to a government
conspiracy of `X-Files' proportions and insidiousness."
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