I come back to you because i tried to build your driver and i have some bad news for you...
So, as i mentioned, the 2.6.13 kernel on which most Tomtom releases are based is too old (it lacks some DVB stuff)
So i downloaded the release based on the 184.108.40.206 version and built it : IT was not obvious because this version cannot build with the compiler provided by TOmtom ! (which is too old).
Never mind, a cross compiler generation later, i was able to build this kernel and to give a try at your driver build...
Unfortunately i realized at this point of time that the driver you sent to me is not fully provided as source code ! It has a prebuilt object (in x86 format of course!)
So it is one of these pieces of crap that should not even be allowed to load in a linux kernel and it is useless for us...
As i really wanted to help, i checked whether a real mainlined driver could be used for your device.
In fact i use for my own avermedia tuner the free mainlined driver dvb_usb_af9015..
Even if that driver would be able to make your device work then iw ould have to backport it to 220.127.116.11 or to foreport tomtom patches to a newer kernel as it is available only since 2.6.28 i think...
But in fact, it does not worth the pain because i found this thread : http://www.linuxtv.org/pipermail/linux- ... 25557.html
that explains that your device is not the exactly the same as mine (we have the same tuner and demodulator but unfortunately not the same usb-bridge) so the driver i mention (dvb_usb_af9015) will not work for you as such.
I am quite sorry, the idea was appealing and it would have been cool to make it work on tomtom but it seems to be quite difficult given these facts. I am sorry i have done my best to find a solution...
To answer your other questions :
-My HD video are 1440*1080
- The ttsystem is the file loaded by the boot loader on startup
it is made of a linux kernel and a Root File System(cpio archive)