Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> On 01/27/08 16:54, Ludwig Nussel wrote:
> > Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> >> On 01/27/08 16:25, Ludwig Nussel wrote:
> >>> Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> >>>> - Implemented handling of DVB-S2 (thanks to Marco Schlüßler and Reinhald 
> >>>> Nissl
> >>>>   for a patch that was used to implement this). VDR now requires the 
> >>>> "multiproto"
> >>>>   DVB driver, e.g. from http://jusst.de/hg/multiproto.
> >>> Would it be possible to make that optional via compile time define? 
> >> I guess so, but I'm not going to ;-)
> >> This new driver appears to be stable enough now - at least I've
> >> been using it for a few days now without problems.
> > 
> > *sigh* messing with kernel stuff sucks. Does a vdr built with the
> > multiproto headers at least also work on vanilla kernels ie stable
> > dvb drivers? That way one would only need to use different headers
> > for building vdr but no extra kernel modules at run time.
> I don't know. I just grab the latest driver from http://jusst.de/hg/multiproto
> and compile it on my SUSE 10.3 system, running the stock SUSE kernel.
> So just unload all DVB modules that come with the stock kernel and load
> the ones from the multiproto driver. Works fine for me.

Works fine now, breaks tomorrow. We had the dvb kernel module
package long enough and I was so glad when the dvb drivers finally
went into the upstream kernel. I'm not going to maintain another
kernel module package again.

I just tried a vdr built with the multiproto headers with normal dvb
drivers. Doesn't work. That means vdr 1.5.13 is the last version I
can build useful packages for atm.


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