<div><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;"><br>ivtv 0.4.x is meant for kernel 2.6.14 ... This may have something to do<br>with your problem, but I'm not sure. ivtv
0.5.x is meant to be used<br>with kernel 2.6.15, just as the newly released ivtv 0.6.x is meant to be<br>used with kernel 2.6.16 ...<br><br>The ivtv version numbers do not indicate stability, rather, they<br>indicate kernel module dependency.
<br><br>There is an easy way to install the ivtv drivers using the v4l-dvb<br>mercurial tree. Using this method, you will be able to build the<br>latest ivtv drivers in the same build as the v4l and dvb drivers.<br><br>
First, remove the old ivtv modules.... I think you can find them in<br>/lib/modules/`uname -r`/ivtv<br><br>then:<br><br>hg clone <a href="http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb" target="_blank" onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)">
http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb</a><br>cd v4l-dvb<br>make ivtv
<br>make<br>make install<br><br>I wonder if this will help</blockquote><div><br>
I will give this a try tomorrow, after the day's recordings are
finished. FYI, I've been using Axel's ivtv rpms from
<a href="http://atrpms.net">atrpms.net</a> since about 0.4.1? or so. I wasn't seeing any
difference between that and building myself and decided to take the
easy route. Recently there have been some issues with getting the
ivtv driver to play nice with dvb, due to some mismatches.
Any thoughts? Thanks,<br>