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[SLE] Fwd: Re: [SLE] bttv
- From: michael.norman1@xxxxxxxxx (Michael Norman)
- Date: Tue, 9 May 2000 16:44:45 +0000
- Message-id: <00050916455402.03022@Honey>
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Subject: Re: [SLE] bttv
Date: Tue, 9 May 2000 16:36:13 +0000
From: Michael Norman <michael.norman1@xxxxxxxxx>
On Tue, 09 May 2000, Jon Pennington wrote:
> On Tue, May 09, 2000 at 03:35:15PM +0200, sandra.mendez@xxxxxxx wrote:
> > I follow the instructions of the BTTV Mini-howto for configuring the bttv
> > Module. I didn't recompile the Kernel and neither download the bttv 0.6.X. I
> > saw the package withe my Linux version and I found that it was 0.6.3 version (I
> > think that it's ok!).
> The Mini-HOWTO is a pretty good document, but a bit too much work.
> SuSE has made the entire frame grabber installation process very easy.
> > So, I started with the linux command insmod videodev (everything was ok).
> > After that, I execute insmod i2c and I found an error message that the module
> > i2c didn't exist.
> > I try to continue the installation, but the modprobe bttv doesn't work.
> Well, since you've already done all of that work, I may be sending this
> too late ;). All you need to do is send `modprobe bttv && modprobe
> tuner', and all of the necessary modules should load automatically. If
> bttv fails, you may need to *edit* the lines in /etc/modules.conf.
If it's a standard Hauppage card you could try uncommenting the line options
bttv line in etc conf/modules and changing tuner to 10 and adding
vidmem=0fx=0xf00, ie so it looks like this :
options bttv card=10 vidmem=0xf00
> > I install kwintv and as you can imagine, it doesn't work.
> Doesn't work for me, either. The only application that runs reliably
> for me is XawTV, and it runs very well.
> > Could you please help me find "HOW-TO" install the i2c module (if it exists) ?
> Again, this is not necessary with a SuSE kernel.
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