I commented out that alias line you suggested but I still get the same
result. Here is a bit of my lsmod. lirc_i2c says unused. You also have a
i2c_proc on the i2c-core line and I do not.
i2c-algo-bit 8872 1 [ivtv]
lirc_i2c 4480 0 (autoclean) (unused)
i2c-core 19172 0 (autoclean) [ivtv saa7127 saa7115
msp3400 tuner i2c-algo-bit lirc_i2c]
lirc_dev 9312 1 (autoclean) [lirc_i2c]
What do you think?
On Wed, 2003-11-12 at 23:44, ray cielencki wrote:
> At 12:23 11/12/2003, James Pifer wrote:
> >Yep, have those in /etc/modules.conf. Also tried the chmod 666, same
> ># This is for WinTV PVR-350 IVTV
> >alias char-major-61 lirc_driver
> >alias char-major-61 lirc_i2c
> >alias char-major-81 videodev
> >alias char-major-81-0 ivtv
> >options ivtv debug=1
> >options tuner type=2
> >options saa7127 enable_output=1 output_select=0
> >options msp3400 once=1 simple=1
> >add below ivtv msp3400 saa7115 saa7127 tuner
> >add above ivtv lirc_dev lirc_i2c ivtv-fb
> >Is there any way to verify that the stuff in modules.conf is being used?
> >How would I do the stuff in modules.conf manually and load lirc
> FROM THE DOCS:
> If your hardware requires a kernel module you should make sure that the
> kernel will find the correct module if a program tries to access /dev/lirc.
> This can be done by inserting the following line to your /etc/conf.modules
> (/etc/modules.conf for current kernel versions):
> alias char-major-61 lirc_driver
> Note that here driver is a placeholder for the actual driver you are using
> (serial, parallel, etc.).
> >END QUOTE<
> these cards require lirc_i2c (which will load lirc_dev), remove the 'alias
> char-major-61 lirc_driver' line, leaving just the alias for lirc_i2c. the
> rest of your modules.conf looks fine.
> lsmod will list the installed modules and usage count:
> lirc_i2c 5440 1 (autoclean)
> lirc_dev 10192 1 (autoclean) [lirc_i2c]
> i2c-core 21124 0 [ivtv lirc_i2c msp3400 saa7115 tuner
> i2c-algo-bit via686a i2c-isa i2c-proc]
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