I am working on the integration of support for GO7007 chipset into kamikaze for at least Asus WL-500gP (and possibly Linksys WRTSL54G). This is the chipset used for instance in the Plextor ConvertX PX-TV402U that I have.
You will find all the information I gathered so far and what has been done on my wiki webpage:
So far video works fine using Video4Linux2 API but I am running into a problem with the ALSA OSS emulation used for audio interfacing with the GO7007. I never really played with ALSA so I am learning at the same time I am debugging.
Basically I am having a "no such device" error whenever I open the device file. I checked the drivers linkage under /proc and /sys and everything seems in place. I am guessing that the built-in ALSA support in kamikaze is missing some support for interfacing this driver. For instance it only includes usb-audio board support, maybe something needs to be added there.
If you are interested please read my webpage and let me know if you need any additionnal information (and I am sure you will), I will post them to the webpage. If you have both a Plextor ConvertX and and USB2 WRT-supported router give it a try. If we ever go through we can have a cheap streaming solution that would stream/multicast DivX/MP3 (or more conventionnal MPEG4/MP2 inside a MPEG-TS mux) over your LAN.
Also I am no specialist about licensing (GO7007 driver is Open Source Software) so if anyone spots a problem somewhere please let me know.
(Last edited by RomainDeparis on 26 Jun 2006, 04:54)