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Trent Piepho wrote:
<pre wrap="">On Sun, 18 Mar 2007, Francisco Demeter wrote:
<pre wrap="">how to patch the source code, now the IR control is working, but my
webcam stops to work.
I try to rebuild the webcam driver gspcav, but i get still the same
error by load them:
root@todobarato:/usr/src/gspca-source/modules/gspca# dmesg | grep gspca
gspca: disagrees about version of symbol video_devdata
gspca: Unknown symbol video_devdata
The gspca driver is getting built against the media drivers in your kernel
source, but the media drivers you are using are the newer ones from the
v4l-dvb Hg you installed.
What you might be able to do, is to use
>from v4l-dvb to copy v4l-dvb into your kernel source. This will modify the
kernel source you have installed, so you probably should back it up first!
Now you can try to rebuild gspca against this new source.
Ok , but I am not understanding what exactly i need to copy where?<br>
I think it will be complicated for me, if i don't now, what data should
I don't have so much experience with kernel hacking. <br>
Another solution more ease for me, can be if is a way to configure two
cards, I have installed all so one leadtek winfast 2000 XP. where the
remount control is working. What I don't now, if is possible to set up
2 card at the same time, so that the IR work over the winfast 2000 XP.<br>
So far I don't have any information how to do this, all ways I get
recognized only one card and not the 2 cards.<br>
I have a backup from my system, so that I can regenerate as was, with
the web cam working.<br>
Best regards, Francisco Demeter.<br>