[mythtv-users] /dev/video0 doesn't exist
mdiehl at diehlnet.com
Tue Dec 26 23:43:19 UTC 2006
My limited understanding is that udev is run from coldplug. I've got udev
installed and it claims to be running.
On Tuesday 26 December 2006 16:33, Brad Fuller wrote:
> Mike Diehl wrote:
> > Yes, I have. When I modprobe ivtv I don't get any type of errors. When
> > I then do an lsmod, I see ivtv and tveeprom loaded. Still no /dev/vid*
> > I've restarted hotplug; that didn't help.
> > Any other ideas?
> I am not a gentoo expert. I'm not using gentoo for mythtv, but for
> testing audio development. Doesn't gentoo use udev now? I unmerged
> coldplug so I could get the latest udev update. Mark K. on this list
> uses gentoo for mythtv, he would know. sorry for not knowing more, but
> you might look into the udev usage.
> > Mike.
> > On Tuesday 26 December 2006 15:26, Mr. Myth wrote:
> >> Mike Diehl wrote:
> >>> Hi all.
> >>> I'm doing a first time install of MythTv on Gentoo for a friend and
> >>> I've run into a problem.
> >>> No matter what I do, I don't seem to have a /dev/video0 file. If I
> >>> create it with mknod, when I try to open it, I get an error indicating
> >>> that the device isn't found.
> >>> My friend's machine has a Haupauge 250 card in it.
> >>> I'm wondering if the card has to be actually plugged into a cable
> >>> connection before the kernel will see the card?
> >>> Any other ideas would be appreciated.
> >> Have you installed the ivtv drivers?
> >> Michael
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