[linux-dvb] No "install" target in v4l/Makefile

Klaus Schmidinger Klaus.Schmidinger at cadsoft.de
Sat Apr 15 13:42:24 CEST 2006


C.Y.M wrote:
>>The reason why I'm asking is because I would like to remove
>>determining where the DVB driver header files are from VDR's
>>Makefile. The header files should be at their standard location,
>>which is /usr/include/linux/dvb. However, it doesn't look like
>>the v4l Makefile would copy them there. Could this please be
>>fixed, so that I could simply write in the VDR documentation
>>"Install the DVB driver as usual, i.e. 'make; make install'"?
>>
> 
> 
> 
> Klaus,
> 
>    If the v4l-dvb Makefile overwrote files in /usr/include, it would break the
> way alot of package managers maintain what files are on your system. It would be
> overwriting files which are owned by something else.  I think the best solution
> would be to have the user add the location of the experimental dvb headers to
> Make.config in VDR. For example:
> 
> 
> DVBDIR   = /usr/src/v4l-dvb/linux

So it's fair to assume that on a "normally" installed system
the DVB driver include files are in /usr/include/linux/dvb,
and if the user installs any other driver version (that doesn't
come with the distribution) he'll need to tell VDR so in make.config?
Sounds reasonable.

Klaus



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