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Re: Make menuconfig doesn't work anymore

On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 2:30 PM, Martin Herrman
<martin.herrman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Actually I got the exact same error when compiling a new 3.4.4 kernel.
> It always feels good to know that you're not alone ;-)

Yes, it's a good thing usually!

>> I assume the api_version.patch is bad or needs to be updated. I simple
>> just commented out the "add api_version.patch" line in
>> backports/backports.txt and crossed my fingers the drivers I use still
>> worked -- which they did so all is well here (afaik). But, yeah it
>> does need a proper fix and I only recommend my cheap workaround with a
>> YMMV warning.
> thanks, this solved the first part of the problem. I can now do a make
> menuconfig, but the frontend modules I need cannot be selected,
> although the file
> /usr/src/media_build_experimental/linux/drivers/media/dvb/frontends/tda18212dd.c
> etc. do exist.
> I have also looked into the staging drivers and enabled drivers not
> supported by this kernel, but stil no luck.
> Did you have this problem as well?

No, the drivers I need were already there but I just checked my
menuconfig and I see:
Multimedia support -> Customize TV tuners -> NXP TDA18212 silicon tuner

Is that what you're looking for? If so, all you need, I think, is "DVB
for Linux" and "Customize analog and hybrid tuner modules to build" to
get the "Customize TV tuners" option.
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