[mythtv-users] Fuzzy sound, other recording issues.
g8ecj at gilks.org
Thu Sep 28 08:24:24 UTC 2006
> No joy.
> I commented out the required lines in vi.
> When I attempted to make, I got the following error:
> ivtv-0.4.x does NOT support kernels > 2.6.15!
> See www.ivtvdriver.org for more information.
> make: *** [version_check] Error 1
> According to uname, I am running the 2.6.9-42.0.2.EL kernel (this is
> CentOS 4). I'm not sure what the version numbers mean--is "2.6.9" really
> greater than "2.6.15?" Is that a fifteen?
> In any case, according to yum, I already have installed the correct ivtv
> drivers (while following the guide at
> ivtv i386 1:0.4.7-110.el4.at installed
> 471 k
> ivtv-devel i386 1:0.4.7-110.el4.at installed
> 15 k
> ivtv-firmware noarch 2:1.8a-10.at installed 640
> ivtv-kmdl-2.6.9-42.0.2.EL i686 1:0.4.7-110.el4.at installed
> 436 k
> ivtv-kmdl-2.6.9-42.0.2.ELhugemem i686 1:0.4.7-110.el4.at installed
> 459 k
> ivtv-kmdl-2.6.9-42.0.2.ELsmp i686 1:0.4.7-110.el4.at installed
> 461 k
> It rather looks to me as if ivtv-0.4.7 is already installed and running.
> I'm really not knowledgeable to know where the problem is, but based on
> this it seems it's probably something very small...ideas?
Sounds as though the version you are booting is not the same as the
sources you have loaded. I don't know enough about RPM based systems these
days (not used them for a number of years) to know what to suggest to fix
it - I guess you start in /usr/src and find out what the linux directory
is symbolic(ly) linked to - ideally it should be the same version as you
are running. The building of the ivtv sources starts off by looking in
/usr/src/linux to see what the version number is (it doesn't look at what
is actually running)!!
I reckon its over to someone else now...
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