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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Creative Labs DVD Encore Kit ?
From:       Michael Holzt <holzt () multimediahaus ! de>
Date:       1999-05-08 1:20:44

Hi,

is anyone out there, who have made some experiences or experients with
the Creative Labs DVD Encore Kit? I would like to help with the
development of such a driver, i've got already the manual for the
VXP524 controller on the Card, but i'm not getting it to work. And 
because i've never written a Linux device driver before, i would need
some help. I would be willing to do some work, help testing, and
even programming, if someone can help me with the first steps.



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mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Michael Holzt			Multimediahaus GmbH
Technik				D-58540 Meinerzhagen
holzt@multimediahaus.de		+49 2354 9296-0


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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: Creative Labs DVD Encore Kit ?
From:       Ralph Metzler < rjkm () thp ! Uni-Koeln ! DE>
Date:       1999-05-07 19:28:48

Michael Holzt writes:
 > Hi,
 > 
 > is anyone out there, who have made some experiences or experients with
 > the Creative Labs DVD Encore Kit? I would like to help with the
 > development of such a driver, i've got already the manual for the
 > VXP524 controller on the Card, but i'm not getting it to work. And 
 > because i've never written a Linux device driver before, i would need
 > some help. I would be willing to do some work, help testing, and
 > even programming, if someone can help me with the first steps.
 > 

Look at the page of Andrew Veliath:

http://www.rpi.edu/~veliaa/linux-dvd/

He has some parts of the card working.

Ralph


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