Kernel compile fails with make-kpkg, not with make
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Originally posted by cspos It's working now. I've changed so many things, I couldn't tell you exactly what it was that made this work. But I'll be installing this card again soon on a clean system, so I'll let you know then so you can add to the guide.
All that I have to do now is install the remote. That's a job for tomorrow.
Thanks for all the help.
Yeah, I think the init scripts in 18.* are broken (at least in .18 they were) because it should be ran as soon as it is installed. Glad to see you finally got everything working.
the linux kernel has naitve support for plenty of video and tv cards[2.6 kernels have the best support], check to see if driver is there as a module with 'ls -R /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/ | grep iv # or tv' , cd to the dir that the module is in and use insmod as root when you found the module. read insmod manual page for clarification.
else get a 2.6 kernel and compile in support for your tv-card,
note: that although the driver you downloaded may be for your card, the driver itself may have been designed to work on a 2.4 or 2.6 kernel only, I doubt a 2.2.
the one that you build into a kernel or as a module will always work
julie:~# /etc/init.d/mythtv-backend start
Starting MythTV server: mythbackendSession management error: Authentication Rejected, reason : None of the authentication protocols specified are supported and host-based authentication failed
Oh. The mythtv-backend daemon actually did start when I ran that. The output was just a warning. So it looks like the guide was fine after all...
On a side note, the integrated encoder chip is great. I can continue to run programs that take a lot of processing power while encoding stuff. But decoding a stored file or even watching buffered live TV takes a lot more power. If I even browse the Internet while watching a video it stutters a bit. That's not cool. Will the encoder chip on the 250 rev 1 or on the 350 substantially improve performance?
I'm trying to use a Hauppage PVR500 in a Debian system, almost everything else seems to work, but I think the module keeps getting misplaced. I've read several articles about this happening, but the various 'fixes' either don't work for me, or are not explicit enough for me to follow along (I haven't built a Linux system in a decade). Any help would be appreciated.