Post Last Edited by maxwell at 2014-8-5 18:13 |
That totally worked! I did as you said and "make install" went perfectly fine. The whole compilation was pretty straight forward with yout tip to edit .myconfig, just had to edit 4 entries.
Now I am pretty happy to finally have built the media_build from my stick manufacturer. Still I don't get the stick initialized just the same old story:
not the DVB-Part. I just copied the whole compiled "/lib/modules/..." to my BPi and rebooted. Pretty sure that is not the best way to do as it broke the detection of my USB smartcard read that is sitting on "/dev/ttyUSB0" Copy the Code
- [ 3.905938] usb 3-1.4: New USB device found, idVendor=0b48, idProduct=3014
- [ 3.919088] usb 3-1.4: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
- [ 3.930452] usb 3-1.4: Product: TechnoTrend USB-Stick
- [ 3.939172] usb 3-1.4: Manufacturer: CityCom GmbH
- [ 3.947184] usb 3-1.4: SerialNumber: 20131128
What are the files in "/lib/modules/3.4.90/" for? (modules.alias etc.)
Should I just copy over the compiled "/lib/modules/3.4.90/kernel/drivers/media" as there are sitting those media modules?
Nontheless, very thankful for your help. Learned quite a lot the last 48 hours already. :-)
OK, obviously those "modules.*" files in "/lib/modules/3.4.90" DO make a difference with detection of hardware. Restoring the origirnal BPi files, the smartcardreader is back online. I noobly put some of the IDs I notice from the compiled mudules.alis into the original ones and so on and hoped this would work. You see, I take deperate measures :-D
On another note, now, after soooo much playing around on the BPi, even my since working hauppauge dvb-c stick isn't really showing up as a dvb device. I guess I will reinstall that whole BPi as a last shot.