[mythtv-users] Enabling experimental ATRPMS

Jarod Wilson jcw at wilsonet.com
Mon Sep 27 14:01:28 EDT 2004

On Monday 27 September 2004 04:01, Cory Papenfuss wrote:
>  	I suppose that's a good compromise.  I'll need to dig up my 100z patch
> again (it's on the previous install HD).  I guess I was wondering if this
> can be automated via apt-get.  Where can one find out what's included with
> a specific set of RPMS (at-stable, at-good, etc)... I'm guessing
> kernel-experimental  and video4linux-experimental is not even in one of
> those and must always be manually rpm -i'd?

The easiest way to see which is in what repo is just browse to atrpms.net. 
Everything is color-coded by repo. Both the kernel and v4l stuff are in the 
at-bleeding repository, so they can indeed be installed via apt once 
at-bleeding is enabled in your sources.list.

> On Sun, 26 Sep 2004, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> > On Sunday 26 September 2004 11:51, Cory Papenfuss wrote:
> >>  	Question for those in the know.  I'm trying to reduce my workload in
> >> building my new mythbox by using ATRPMS, but seems like things are
> >> harder than they should.  My box is a bit weird (dual P3, TCL2002N tuner
> >> PVR-250), so I need a hacked kernel for the new tuner.  I've compiled it
> >> sucessfully myself, but for simplicity on nvidia, lirc, and ivtv
> >> modules, I'm trying to run RPMS.
> >>
> >>  	Any information on which kernel to use for this combination?  Also,
> >> are the kernel-experimental "gettable" via the automated mechanism, or
> >> must be hand RPM -i'd?
> >
> > Axel now has video4linux snapshot kernel modules with the updated tuners
> > included, which you can find for a few different kernels here:
> >
> > http://atrpms.net/dist/fc2/video4linux-experimental/
> >
> > That should provide you with the needed tuner, compile a patched ck100z
> > ivtv driver, and still use rpms for everything else.

Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
jcw at wilsonet.com

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