[mythtv-users] Re: axel's patched kernel kernel panics with ivtv --
stock fedora one doesn't
reza at reza.net
Sun Feb 1 06:23:49 EST 2004
I actually don't think it was your IVTV driver. It was having
dependency issues and kept trying to install a different version of the
kernel, so that's why I compiled & installed it by hand.
It seemed to install the proper versions the first time, but kernel
panic. I'm not sure what I did that made it want to upgrade the kernel
the second time I installed it.
To test, I downloaded the version I needed manualy from your website,
installed it, and it didn't seem to break anything.
I think I just had some wierdness happen as I installed the v4l2
packages, the bttv packages, and the ivtv packages.
[mythtv at pvr mythtv]$ rpm -q -a | egrep '(kmdl|kernel|ivtv|bttv|v4l)' | sort
Axel Thimm wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 01, 2004 at 12:57:36AM -0800, Reza Naima wrote:
>>I removed Axel's kernel, and all the various ivtv/bttv drivers. I
>>reinstalled the kernel RPMs, and built the ivtv driver by hand. It
>>seemed to work this time.
>>I'm guessing something must have gotten out of whack. I'm just glad I
>>didn't have to do a full rebuild like I had planned.
> O.K., so it's the ivtv driver. Which version are you using now? The
> 0.1.9 released version or the CVS snapshot?
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