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DVS Centaurus Card

2012-03-20
2013-04-25
  • I've got a DVS Centaurus Card. It is currently installed on a Redhat system. When I say installed, it is physically located there but I have no way to address it. It is a leftover from an OEM system that was installed on this hardware (Autodesk Flame). Would this program let me get a handle on importing SDI? My hope is to use the card as an mpeg steamer connected to our router.

     
  • Well I've installed openSUSE and followed the hours of directions just to get to the point of installing the sdk. The one I have is the sdk4.1.0.4. Couldn't get the earlier one. when I do ./mkdev I get
    Trying to create DVS driver device nodes:
    - Unable to find the driver.
       Please make sure that the .ko file was created and the driver loaded

    And driver_create

    There is no kernel source installed for the running kernel 2.6.37.1-1.2-desktop.

    Any idea what's going on? Hate to abandon after all these hours of work!!!

     
  • John Fletcher
    John Fletcher
    2012-03-21

    See page 14 of the installation guide.  Did you do the "make oldconfig" stuff?

     
  • thanks John, yes I did. When I looked at the txt file it said

    This SDK has been tested and released for the following firmware revisions:
      Atomix                         4.3.0.25_4.0.22
      Atomix + BoB                   6.3.0.9_6.0.8
      Atomix HDMI                    7.4.0.11_7.0.11
      Atomix HDMI + BoB              8.3.0.9_8.0.10
      Atomix LT                      5.4.0.6_5.2.4
      Atomix LT 4 BNC                5.4.0.6_5.2.4
      Centaurus II                   3.2.76.7_19_15
      Centaurus II LT                4.2.68.15_20_14

    wonder if they left out Centaurus (Not II) and if maybe this sdk4.1.0.4 doesn't work for it. Though I would think I could still build the driver, no?

     
  • John Fletcher
    John Fletcher
    2012-03-22

    OK, check in Yast that you have kernel source installed and that it is same version as your kernel.
    If you update it, do the "make oldconfig" and "make scripts/mod/" again.

    The driver should build regardless of what card(s) are installed.