On 04/30/10 14:31, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 11:53 AM, Moofie <moofie@...> wrote:
>> On 04/30/2010 07:24 AM, Jarod Wilson wrote:
>>> On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 3:46 AM, Moofie<moofie@...> wrote:
>>>> I have gone through the documentation on the lirc.org site and
>>>> grepped/skimmed the included files in the source tarball. I cannot find
>>>> a way to compile multiple drivers for lirc.
>>>> The system I'm trying to set up has two mceusb transceivers, one
>>>> commandir transceiver and an imon_vfd receiver. While I run Debian, the
>>>> package has gone stale in the distribution and I'm wondering how I can
>>>> go about compiling what I need.
>>>> I can RTFM, if you have a link for me.
>> Hmm, I've tried that, it fails the all target. I will go try it delving
>> into it much deeper. The user-space option isn't what I want, as I want
>> the kernel modules to be built.
> You could just do multiple build/install cycles to get all three then.
> If the all target is failing, it would be nice to know exactly how, as
> that *is* expected to work.
I'm in this boat, and that's what I do - build, change the target,
I guess I should try "all" again to give you a decent error report.
On the other hand, I've grown sufficiently frustrated with my imon VFD
that I'm not using it now, just the cheapo mceusb, so I no longer need
The imon vfd appears to have hardware/electrical problems - it can slow
getting through the bios to a crawl - I suspect timeouts. One of these
days I'll look harder at it - no time right now.