[mythtv-users] .16 and via
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Sat Sep 18 06:06:34 EDT 2004
Cheers for the instructions, just trying them out now (this Xorg is
gonna take some time on my ME6000). I'll let you know how I do.
On Fri, 17 Sep 2004 18:07:46 -0600, Curtis Stanford
<curtis at stanfordcomputing.com> wrote:
> > Hey Curtis,
> > I have a VIA CLE266, and was trying to upgrade my video components to use
> > the Unichrome drivers/patches. I got stuck trying to use the XvMC plugin
> > for xine. It tells me that I have kernel DRM 1.3.0 and at least 1.5.0 is
> > required. I tried getting the latest kernel-DRI from CVS-sourceforge, but
> > it does not compile against my 2.6.8-1.251 epia patched kernel.
> > Could you please offer some advice or links that helped you get all this
> > Unichrome stuff working? It would be greatly appreciated, as I only have a
> > bit of hair left.
> > --Dave
> OK, I'll see what I can do. Keep in mind I'm using Gentoo. There are a few
> steps you need to do:
> 1. I'm using the kernel ebuild torsti-dev-sources-126.96.36.199-r2.ebuild from
> Make sure you include the via drm driver as a module. I'm also using the
> option to build the kernel to an alternate directory (in my
> case /var/tmp/kernel) so that the lirc modules will build later.
> 2. Then I checked out the latest via drm driver from CVS: "cvs
> -d :pserver:anonymous at dri.freedesktop.org:/cvs/dri co drm". Then go the
> drm/linux directory and type 'make LINUXDIR=/usr/src/<your linux src
> directory> DRM_MODULES=via' When make finishes, copy via.ko
> to /lib/modules/<your kernel>/kernel/drivers/char/drm. Make sure you rmmod
> the old module and modprobe the new one (i.e. rmmod via; modprobe via)
> 3. Get the latest Xorg 6.8.0 sources and build according to the instructions
> (i.e. make World) and then install using make install.
> 4. Follow the Unichrome howto to get the via_drv and XvMC stuff working. I
> went to the Xorg subdirectory xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/drivers and ran
> 'cvs -d :pserver:anonymous at cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/unichrome co
> xfree86'. Go one directory up and 'mv via via.orig; ln -s xfree86 via'. Type
> 'make Makefiles'. Go back to the xfree86 directory, type 'make; make
> install'. Now you should have the unichrome X via driver.
> 5. For the XvMC driver, go to your Xorg subdirectory xc/programs/lib/XvMC/hw
> and run 'cvs -d :pserver:anonymous at cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/unichrome co
> libxvmc'. Then do 'ln -s libxvmc via'. vi the file ../Imakefile and change
> the line that reads 'SUBDIRS = hw/i810' to read 'SUBDIRS = hw/i810 hw/via'.
> Then 'cd ..' and type 'make Makefiles'. Then go back to hw/via and type
> 'make; make install'. You also need to 'cp
> vldXvMC.h /usr/include/X11/extensions'. Now your XvMC driver should be there.
> 6. Check out the latest mythtv and uncomment the two sections on XVMC in
> settings.pro. Compile and install mythtv. Hopefully at this point, things
> should be working.
> Whew! Good luck!
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