Sorry for the impomptu email but apprantly I have some issues with
media-ctl again. Recently, there is some changes in the
git.ideasonboard.orgon both media-ctl and yavta program and for some
reason the compiling of my
omap3-desktop-image(which has media-ctl) using the 2 patches you sent to
me no longer works. Below is the error:
+ oenote make
+ echo NOTE: 'make
make: *** No rule to make target `install'. Stop.
+ die 'oe_runmake failed'
+ oefatal 'oe_runmake failed'
+ echo FATAL: 'oe_runmake failed'
FATAL: oe_runmake failed
+ exit 1
Do you have similar issues as well? Any idea how to solve this issue.
Btw, I would really like to have a fixed revision for both media-ctl and
yavta. But I am not sure how to create a patch using git to change the
AUTOREV to a fixed revision. Can you teach me how to do it? I suspect by
fixing the revision the above error would be resolved. What do you think?
Hope to hear from you soon! :)
On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 11:03 AM, James <angweiyang@...> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:10 PM, Mark Russell
> <bluesmurfs78.gumstix@...> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I think i managed to figure out how to load iommu2 and omap3-isp module
> > the kernel. Below is the command needed:
> > modprobe iommu2
> > modprobe omap3-isp
> > With this commands, /dev directory will have media0 and video0-video6
> > included. Is that correct?
> > However, now i am facing problems with Step 4 which is to compile
> > I tried to compile using native-compile and cross-compile methods but
> > methods failed. Any recommendations guys?
> > Hi James,
> > Do you think you could give some guide as to how you successfully
> > cross-compile using Scotts instructions? Below is my steps of doing cross
> > compile for media-ctl:
> > $ autoreconf --install
> > $ ./configure
> > --host=i686
> > $ make
> > $ sudo make install
> > [thereafter, copy media-ctl exec file from host machine: /usr/local/bin/
> > gumstix folder]
> > When tried to run "media-ctl -h" on gumstix, it comes out with this error
> > root@...# media-ctl -h
> > /usr/local/bin/media-ctl: line 1: syntax error: "(" unexpected
> > Is there any steps i had missed out?
> > Mark Russell
> To ease your pain (which I've been through), please use the 2 patches
> to add both Laurent's 'media-ctl' and 'yavta' recipes to your build.
> These are based on Steve's initial recipes at his repo but I've
> changed it to use auto-revision to minimize repetitive commits just to
> keep up with changes upstream.
> Please save these patch to your OE folder (e.g. org.openembedded.dev),
> switch to your branch and then use "git am <patch" to apply it on top
> of your branch.
> Afterwhich, modify your image recipe to add these 2 applications as needed.
> Steve: I hope you don't mind me extracting and patching it for others.
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