[mythtv-users] ivtv-kmdl and lirc-kmdl for 2.6.14-1.1637 missing
bradallenfuller at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 13 11:33:14 EST 2005
Darren Coleman wrote:
>This is good advice.
>I have learnt through previous trial-and-error to stop blindly using "yum
>update" to upgrade the kernel until I am sure ivtv-kmdl has been updated for
>the new kernel. :)
>>From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org [mailto:mythtv-users-
>>bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Jos Hoekstra
>>Sent: 13 November 2005 09:05
>>To: Discussion about mythtv
>>Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] ivtv-kmdl and lirc-kmdl for 2.6.14-1.1637
>>As usual we should give Axel a bit of time to get everything together,
>>he 's doing a great job building everything so we don't have to.
>>Paying back with a bit of patience is the least we can do ;)
Thanks all for replies.
I honestly didn't know that I was using a kernel that was so new! I was
just going through Jarod's guide.
Ok, what kernel is safe?
BTW, Axel sent this FYI:
ivtv is in the repo, but the generated links on the webpage broke since
Nov. 5th. Thanks for reproting! Either add /all/ in the link or use
Finally alsa-driver is broken on 2.6.14, too. I'll upload 1.0.10rc3
On the long run I'll try to focus with v4l/ivtv/mythtv bits on RHEL4,
and try to convince Jarod to rebase his guide (although 99% is the
same as FC4). FC4 is upgrading the kernel far too often, including
major upgrades and broken ones, too. And I'd like a more stable
platform for productive systems, including PVRs.
-- Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net ---
>>Brad Fuller schreef:
>>>These two kernel modules do not appear to be available on ATRPMs.
>>>A place for ivtv-kmdl for this kernel appears on the site, but no real
>>>file exists when you click the link.
>>>I didn't see lirc-kmdl at all.
>>>Do you know where I could grab these?
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