No. Pick the latest driver and use the muxsel_hook.
> b) several registers have to be initialised to other values then
> usual, to make the card work.
> At the moment I'm doing this in bt848_muxsel, but I would like to
> move to a place where it is not executed every time I switch input
> Is init_bt848 the right place?
No. Have you noticed the bttv-cards.c file? There is plenty of
card-specific initialization code. bttv_init_card2() likely is the
> c) It does not identify with PCI_SUBSYSTEM_ID/PCI_SUBSYSTEM_VENDOR_ID
> (gives 0xffff). Any other way to autodetect it?
Sorry, no. Use the card=foo insmod option and flame the vendor of the
> d) Who is the bttv-maintainer?!
How about reading documentation? Documentation/video4linux/bttv/ for
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