COMPILE BTTV DRIVER
Then compile it as a module or in the kernel as you like. Check the Video for Linux option, either module or built in I build it as a module. To compile this bttv version, you’ll the new i2c stack. If you have some knowledge and spare time, please try to fix this yourself patches very welcome of course Last edited by fancypiper; at
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– kernel panics when bttv compiled in
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. There is a list with the ID’s in bttv-cards. I have that built as a module and V4l information built in to the kernel. The bttv driver is in the linux kernel. The driver uses some Makefile magic to compile the modules with your kernel’s configuration wrt.
Just patch the kernel with the patch in http: Linux Power User Comiple. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
[linux-dvb] dvb-bttv compile issues
If you get video but no sound bhtv very likely specified the wrong or no card type. I cant find any information on how to enable support for it.
You were absolutely correct. Old driver versions used to have a heuristic which could identify some btbased cards.
Compile bttv If you are compiling the kernel version, just say ‘m’ if you are asked for bttv. Maybe it’s in the x windows version of the configuration tool.
I believe you’re referring to ‘make menuconfig’? Mon Jun 09, 5: For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
Using bttv, i2c and xawtv for Linux
The linux slogan is “Do it yourself”. There are alot of changes.
Sat Apr 26, 5: If you have a older kernel, download it from: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Go in there, and BT should be in there.
Display posts from previous: I wonder now if the dependencies in the kernel settings can’t be displayed better? Last edited btt perry on Fri Apr 25, 2: What caused me the problems was that I forgot to run lilo to make sure it was pointing to the newest version of the kernel that I just compiled. Fri Apr 25, Visit the following links: Gentoo Forums Forum Index Multimedia.
Don’t send me mails with images attached unless I ask you to do so. Then compile it as a module or in the kernel as you like. Genone Retired Dev Joined: Having a problem logging in?
If you’re still having trouble after recompiling your kernel with all the options properly selected and you use lilo as your bootloader, I suggest you try running lilo by typing lilo at the prompt after you’ve copied your newly compiled kernel to your boot directory too so it’ll point to your new custom kernel when your computer reboots next time.