[mythtv-users] This is dumb
joevph at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 23 15:44:13 UTC 2005
Try checking the load order of things. I was bitten
by this last night (a fresh install), and didn't
realize it until I had about five non-existant
It seems to be important that the ivtv drivers are
loaded before mythbackend is started (which makes
sense, I suppose). Jarod's HOWTO for FC3 has a patch
to rc.sysinit (I think that's the file) that makes
sure this happens.
If the ivtv modules are loaded after mythbackend
starts, then I get the same messages as you, and only
about five seconds of LiveTV before it dies.
--- Claude Boucher <mythtv.user at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's so good to find kindred spirits around here.
> It's not hopeless yet!
> Before going the 'compile from svn' route (I never
> said "sí" to C ;) ),
> I might want to go back to FC3 instead, pull Axel's
> rpms and maybe
> rearrange the cards in the box first.
> As for dropping mythconverg, I don't think it will
> make any difference,
> todd Bailey wrote:
> >Yes I know the feeling, Clueless in Seattle...
> Staring ME!
> >Yes I get to watch live tv! all 10 seconds of it.
> >It's almost like a buffer is getting filled or
> >a troubleshooting section suggested to recompile
> the exe with debugging
> >enabled to see more error diagnosis. Something to
> do another day or
> >later this week. C or C++ is not a programming
> language that I am all
> >the strong on so it will be another challenge to
> >another clue is this error
> >ASSERT: "i <= nodes" in
> /usr/lib/qt-3.3/include/qvaluelist.h (373)
> >which the code that reports the error reads...
> >template <class T>
> >Q_INLINE_TEMPLATES Q_TYPENAME
> >QValueListPrivate<T>::at( size_type i ) const
> > Q_ASSERT( i <= nodes );
> > NodePtr p = node->next;
> > for( size_type x = 0; x < i; ++x )
> > p = p->next;
> > return p;
> >ON a whim I am going to drop and recreate the myth
> database and see if
> >it's something I mangaled while configuring the
> >as far as getting ivtv drivers to load, My modprobe
> file is very similar
> >to yours. I'll have to read up on the structure
> and how the system used
> >this file to gain a better understanding as to why
> the drivers are not
> >getting properly loaded at boot time.
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