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SubjectRe: cx88 totally fried in 2.6.15-rcX -was- Re: HD3000 - no NTSC via tuner
On Monday 28 November 2005 22:43, Michael Krufky wrote:
>Michael Krufky wrote:
>> Gene Heskett wrote:
>>> Like I said, complete instructions please so that we are on the same
>>> page. I still have the rc2-git6 tree that didn't work, so as my
>>> script does a make clean, it should be easy enough to do with the
>>> right instructions. Like what dir in the kernel tree am I supposed
>>> to be in when I issue the cvs checkout command etc.
>Oops.... I forgot to answer this question....
>It doesnt matter in what directory you are issuing the commands
> below... Although you certainly should NOT issue these within your
> kernel source, and you should be inside the newly-downloaded v4l-dvb
> tree after you "cd" into it. I recommend either doing this in your
> ~home directory, or in /usr/src

I built it in /usr/src, seemed to be ok ANAICT. It just didn't work.
Bear in mind I have no ATSC signals out here in the West Virginia hills
yet, all ntsc. So I can't as yet test the ATSC side.



Cheers, Gene
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