[mythtv-users] This is dumb
toddb at toddbailey.net
Tue Aug 23 05:50:17 UTC 2005
Yes I know the feeling, Clueless in Seattle... Staring ME!
Yes I get to watch live tv! all 10 seconds of it.
It's almost like a buffer is getting filled or something.
a troubleshooting section suggested to recompile the exe with debugging
enabled to see more error diagnosis. Something to do another day or
later this week. C or C++ is not a programming language that I am all
the strong on so it will be another challenge to tackle.
another clue is this error
ASSERT: "i <= nodes" in /usr/lib/qt-3.3/include/qvaluelist.h (373)
which the code that reports the error reads...
template <class T>
Q_INLINE_TEMPLATES Q_TYPENAME QValueListPrivate<T>::NodePtr
QValueListPrivate<T>::at( size_type i ) const
Q_ASSERT( i <= nodes );
NodePtr p = node->next;
for( size_type x = 0; x < i; ++x )
p = p->next;
ON a whim I am going to drop and recreate the myth database and see if
it's something I mangaled while configuring the system.
as far as getting ivtv drivers to load, My modprobe file is very similar
to yours. I'll have to read up on the structure and how the system used
this file to gain a better understanding as to why the drivers are not
getting properly loaded at boot time.
On Tue, 2005-08-23 at 01:21 -0400, Claude Boucher wrote:
> I have the exact same problem, with a system I'm building for my dad. I
> have to force a 'depmod -a' and a 'modprobe ivtv' in /etc/rc.d/rc.local
> to load the driver. I trashed the FC4 (2.6.12-1_1398_FC4) install
> (sorry, I forgot to save the logs), but here's the start of the
> modprobe.conf I've written for the PVR-150MCE (model 1042, tuner 47)
> alias char-major-81 videodev
> alias char-major-81-0 ivtv
> alias tveeprom tveeprom-ivtv
> alias tuner tuner-ivtv
> alias msp3400 msp3400-ivtv
> My modules in /lib/modules are recent (HcwMakoA.ROM and HcwFalcn.rom
> symlinked to ivtv-fw-enc.bin shows version 02050032)
> Without the manual load
> I don't get any device created in /dev/video?
> I get blank when I do "/bin/dmesg |grep Initialized"
> When I load the drivers manually or through '/etc/rc.d/rc.local', I can
> 'cat' some video and sound, change the channel on the tuner with
> 'ptune-ui.pl' and change some card parameters with '/usr/bin/ivtvctl'.
> But, when I try to watch some live TV in MythTV, I get channel 4 for 10
> seconds; I can't change channels and I get throwned out of Live TV
> because of an unspecified error.
> I should say that this card was in my production box (running the most
> recent Myth software from ATRpms, and 2.6.11-1_1372_FC3) until yesterday
> and was running strong, day in, day out.
> So, count me in as part of the clueless class of 2005 ;)
> todd Bailey wrote:
> >my point exactly,
> >I was just wondering if this is sop.
> >It would appear to me that one only needs to run depmod -a and modprobe
> >ivtv just one time to create and store the configuration.
> >however, I don't have any problems forcing the issue with a bandaid
> >On Mon, 2005-08-22 at 22:37 -0400, Jack Trout wrote:
> >>On 8/22/05, Isaac Richards <ijr at case.edu> wrote:
> >>>On Monday 22 August 2005 10:28 pm, Todd Bailey wrote:
> >>>>every reboot I have to do:
> >>>> # modprobe ivtv
> >>Well if your modprobe.conf has that line in it, and its not working a
> >>bandaid would be to add modprobe ivtv into your /etc/rc.local script
> >>and see if that fixes it,
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