[mythtv-users] Re: ivtv troubles with Jarod's howto
pwilliamson at mandtbank.com
Fri Oct 8 19:25:24 UTC 2004
Awesome! Changed it back to at-stable and the three ivtv related rpms
installed without a hitch. Hopefully it will be smooth sailing from
here on out!
>>> Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net 10/08/04 9:10 AM >>>
On Wed, Oct 06, 2004 at 05:35:38PM -0700, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> On Wednesday 06 October 2004 14:31, PAUL WILLIAMSON wrote:
> > Fellow mythtvites,
> > I have been running MythTV for about 6 months or so, and decided
> > need more time to actually enjoy myth, so I redid my whole machine
> > (actually bought a new mobo and cpu for it) and I'm trying Jarod's
> > with the atrpms. I was crusing along when I hit the ivtv stuff.
> > getting an error about not being able to do an apt-get on
> > kernel-module-ivtv-2.6.8-1.521. apt-get reports there is no package
> > with this name. I searched the archives, but didn't find any
> > information. I'm running FC2. I've tried grabbing the ivtv stuff
> > (kernel worked) with at-bleeding, at-testing, at-good and at-stable,
> > with the same result. Is this package missing, or do I need to move
> > a newer kernel?
> The packages are there, they're just in either bleeding or testing.
Oops, the old 0.1.9 packages should have still filled the stable
slot. I renamed the 0.1.9 folder to ivtv-old and also tagged the
packages for graveyard shipment, but they should not yet land there
unless the other move up from testing to stable.
Sorry about that, moving ivtv-old and vide4linux-old back to stable
(Jarod's guide should mostly be followed in "stable", unless you are
> What all you need to do to get them installed has changed a bit over
> the last two weeks, and I haven't had a chance to put together
> another update. Some issues w/trying to merge the ivtv msp3400 and
> bttv msp3400 are still being shaken down on the ivtv list, but
> eventually, we'll hopefully have just a kernel-module-ivtv and
> kernel-module-video4linux rpm to install out of stable, and be
> happy, but we're not quite there yet...
> If you temporarily enable bleeding, apt-get update apt-get install
> kernel-module-ivtv-2.6.8-1.521 kernel-module-video4linux-2.6.8-1.521,
> *should* be okay, but might have to manually switch from using the v4l
> msp3400 to the msp3400-ivtv included w/the ivtv kernel module. The
> version works for some people, and not for others...
Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net
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