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SubjectRe: cx88 totally fried in 2.6.15-rcX -was- Re: HD3000 - no NTSC via tuner
On Tuesday 29 November 2005 11:06, Gene Heskett wrote:
>On Tuesday 29 November 2005 10:52, Michael Krufky wrote:
>>Gene Heskett wrote:
>>>>I should also add this is with and todays v4l-dvb CVS.
>>>And I should add that 2.6.14, any version without the cvs update,
>>> works perfectly in ntsc here. I have to atsc signals available.
>>Would you mind trying to install the cvs modules on top of 2.6.14,
>> using the instructions that I gave you last night? This will confirm
>> once and for all whether your problems are due to a v4l regression,
>> or an upstream regression in 2.6.15.
>Yes, I can do that. I can also confirm that its still borked in -rc3.

Turns out I'd borked the linkages in /lib/modules/2.6.14 with a
previous attempt, so I'm rebuilding 2.6.14 first in order to restore the
linakges. The cvs build is slow, is the -j=1 in the Makefile? Or do I
need to spec that on the cli? I've forgotten. Anyway, its done, so a
reboot is coming up.

And its broken in the same manner for 2.6.14 + cvs. I tried to do a
screen snapshot but the tvtime window was blank in the snapshot.
Didn't we used to have a snapshotter that grabbed only the window with
ficus way back when?

Cheers, Gene
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