[linux-dvb] Pinnacle 300i working

Michael Krufky mkrufky at linuxtv.org
Sun Sep 18 17:51:56 CEST 2005


tim0m1a wrote:
> Am Sat, 17 Sep 2005 09:25:04 -0400 schrieb Michael Krufky  
> <mkrufky at linuxtv.org>:
> 
>> tim0m1a wrote:
>>
[...]
>>>> You can do cvs checkout -D {date}  to specify that cvs should  
>>>> checkout  all cvs code where commits are no later than {date} ... 
>>>> If  you can  identify the FIRST date where cvs is broken for your 
>>>> card,  that can help  us to identify exactly which patch is the 
>>>> culprit here.
>>>>
>>>> The RIGHT thing to do would be to use this information to apply a 
>>>> new   patch to cvs that will restore full functionality of your 
>>>> board,  without  causing any other regressions.
>>>
>>>  [...]
>>>  So far so good...
>>>  I installed different CVS-Versions now. Since I installed 
>>> 2005/07/14,  the  Pinnacle 300i does not run anymore. The following 
>>> files were  changed in  the 2005/07/14-Snapshot:
>>
>>
>> Ah!  On July 15th, we removed all of the dvb frontend code from  
>> video4linux cvs.  Since then, I've created tree-merging scripts that  
>> allow you to download the latest copy of both cvs trees, and build  
>> complete drivers from the merged tree.
>>
>> MT352 is among the drivers that have been removed from video4linux 
>> cvs.    I take it that you have not yet tried the tree-merging scripts 
>> on the  latest cvs.  Please try the method outlined in this howto:
>>
>> http://linuxtv.org/v4lwiki/index.php/How_to_build_from_CVS
>>
>> This should fix the problem for you.  If so, please change your  
>> gentoo-wiki-entry to reflect this method.
>>
> 
> I am not able to install v4l with frontends the way described in your  
> wiki-entry because the merge-trees.sh script is missing in the latest  
> CVS-Version I downloaded.
> 
> So I will have to try an older snapshot version.

Tim-

I don't know what you're doing wrong, but I am the creator of those 
scripts and I am one of the maintainers of video4linux cvs and I certify 
that the scripts are still present in video4linux cvs, and will remain 
so as long as the video4linux and dvb-kernel development trees exist 
separately.

Please, go back and ensure that you've read the directions in the howto 
properly.  It states that you must have downloaded both cvs trees to the 
same directory, cd into video4linux, and run 'scripts/merge-trees.sh' 
... The script is in the video4linux/scripts/ directory!  If you cannot 
see such a file, then the problem is a result of something that you're 
doing incorrectly.

-- 
Michael Krufky



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