[mythtv-users] Enabling experimental ATRPMS

Cory Papenfuss papenfuss at juneau.me.vt.edu
Mon Sep 27 08:41:53 EDT 2004

> That should provide you with the needed tuner, compile a patched ck100z ivtv
> driver, and still use rpms for everything else.

 	I went and got my old patched one, but it appears to have issues.  Last 
time I fried it up, I was running a vanilla kernel (with tuner.c, 
tuner.h patch).  Now I've got the FC2 kernel source tree and the compile gives 

make[1]: Entering directory `/lib/modules/2.6.8-1.521smp/build'
   Building modules, stage 2.
*** Warning: "close" 
[/home/mythtv/ivtv-0.1.10-pre2-ck100z_patched/driver/ivtv.ko] undefined!
*** Warning: "open" 
[/home/mythtv/ivtv-0.1.10-pre2-ck100z_patched/driver/ivtv.ko] undefined!
*** Warning: "read" 
[/home/mythtv/ivtv-0.1.10-pre2-ck100z_patched/driver/ivtv.ko] undefined!
*** Warning: "lseek" 
[/home/mythtv/ivtv-0.1.10-pre2-ck100z_patched/driver/ivtv.ko] undefined!

 	... with the associated
ivtv: Unknown symbol sys_close
ivtv: Unknown symbol sys_lseek
ivtv: Unknown symbol sys_read
ivtv: Unknown symbol sys_open

 	when trying to load the modules.  Last time I copied compat.h from the 
newer drivers and all was well... This time, notsomuch.  I'm thinking that the
in compat.h is getting confused with a non-vanilla kernel source.  Did you say 
you'd gotten a workaround for this?  I'm also wondering if 108m might be a 
better choice for all this.  Good stability?

>> -Cory, "getting close to compiling everything from scratch again",
>> Papenfuss.... :)
> :-p
> --
> Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
> jcw at wilsonet.com

-Cory "Getting even closer...." :)

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