Re: em28xx issues

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On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 3:58 PM, Paul Thomas <pthomas8589@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> When I start camstream with the new driver this is what I get. This is
> a slightly different setup that I first described. It a x86_64 with
> Fedora 9.
>
> CCamWindow::CCamWindow()
> CWebCamViewer::CWebCamViewer(0xfbf8c0, 0x0)
> CVideoDevice::Init()
> Using mmap(), VMBuf.size = 6651904
> CVideoDevice::Init(): mmap() failed (22). Falling back to non-mmap()ed mode.
> Allocating own buffer.
> Trying to find video options for PointNix Intra-Oral Camera:/dev/video0
> Creating new video options
> <!DOCTYPE Configuration>
> <config>
>  <defaults/>
>  <videodevices>
>  <videoconfiguration name="PointNix Intra-Oral Camera" >
>   <basename>snapshot</basename>
>   <textfont>system</textfont>
>   <textcolor>#ffff00</textcolor>
>   <timeinimage>false</timeinimage>
>   <fileformat>PNG</fileformat>
>   <savetodisk>true</savetodisk>
>   <ftptoserver>false</ftptoserver>
>   <saveoption>1</saveoption>
>   <maxsequence>1000</maxsequence>
>   <sequence>0</sequence>
>   <ftpserver></ftpserver>
>   <ftppath></ftppath>
>   <ftpuser></ftpuser>
>   <ftppass></ftppass>
>   <ftppassive>false</ftppassive>
>   <ftpunique>true</ftpunique>
>  </videoconfiguration>
>  </videodevices>
> </config>
>
> CSnapshotSettingsDlg::CSnapshotSettingsDlg(...)
> QFont::setRawName(): Invalid XLFD: "system"
> CVideoSettingsDlg::SizeChanged(720x576)
> CVideoSettingsDlg::FramerateChanged(10)
> CCamPanel::SetSize(720x576)
> CCamPanel::SetImageSize(720x576)
> CCamPanel::SetVisibleSize(720x576)
> CCamPanel::SetSize(720x576)
> CCamPanel::SetImageSize(720x576)
> CCamPanel::SetVisibleSize(720x576)
> RecalcTotalViewSize: resize viewport(720x576)
> EnableRGB: +
> CVideoDevice::SetPalette picked palette 8 [yuyv]
> CVideoDevice::CreateImagesRGB()
>  allocating space for RGB
> CVideoDevice::StartCapture() go!
> Segmentation fault
>
> On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 1:20 PM, Paul Thomas <pthomas8589@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> OK, after a restart the driver loads properly. It's still not working,
>> but I have to look at a couple of things.
>>
>> thanks,
>> Paul
>>
>> On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 1:09 PM, Paul Thomas <pthomas8589@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> The v4l-dvb directory is clean aside from the KERNEL_VERSION(2, 6, 27) change.
>>>
>>> thanks,
>>> Paul
>>>
>>> On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 1:06 PM, Devin Heitmueller
>>> <devin.heitmueller@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 3:03 PM, Paul Thomas <pthomas8589@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>> OK, I can compile now, but when I go to modprobe em28xx I get this error.
>>>>>
>>>>> em28xx: Unknown symbol ir_codes_ati_tv_wonder_hd_600
>>>>>
>>>>> thanks,
>>>>> Paul
>>>>
>>>> Do you have some mix of files from the em28xx-new and the v4l-dvb
>>>> codebase?  Or did you jam a reference in the include path to
>>>> em28xx-new's include directory?
>>>>
>>>> Devin
>>>>
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>>>
>>
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Seems like the code that attempts to guess what hardware you have if
it uses the default USB ID resulted in it finding a device with the
same profile as the PointNix camera.

Was there anything in the dmesg output when the segfault occurred?

Devin

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