Lauri Tischler wrote: >>> If that looks hard, i can push a tree which is a result of the above >>> outlined steps. >> Thanks a lot for providing http://jusst.de/hg/multiproto_plus. > > Any instructions somewhere how to stuff that into stock kernel (debian)? > I really don't want to compile the total kernel.
Here's what I did to get HG drivers a bit more packaged: (1) Make sure you build the drivers against the right sources and .config. Looks something like this: make all SRCDIR=... KERNELRELEASE=... KERNELRELEASE is the 'uname -r' release version of your kernel. You may need to start a kernel compile before, to get some basic things, but I've killed it after a few seconds, and it was enough. (2) Unpack your existing kernel package: dpkg -x linux-image-...deb /tmp/deb dpkg -e linux-image-...deb /tmp/deb/DEBIAN (3) install drivers into it: fakeroot make install SRCDIR=... DESTDIR=/tmp/deb/ KERNELRELEASE=... (4) (optional) modify description in /tmp/deb/DEBIAN so you don't confuse it with the original kernel (5) re-package it: fakeroot dpkg -b /tmp/deb linux-image-...deb This works to some degree, but may give some issues. The suggested way is to use a kernel with all DVB support disabled as base for HG drivers. Cheers, Udo _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr