[Fwd: Re: how do I build the dvsdk to use the lastest git kernel?]

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[Fwd: Re: how do I build the dvsdk to use the lastest git kernel?]

Steve Chen
On Tue, 2009-11-03 at 11:10 +0200, Shlomo Kut wrote:
> I tried downloading dvsdk_setuplinux_3_00_02_44 and built
> against the new kernel. It didn't work.
>
> dvsdk_setuplinux_3_00_02_44 has the same  version of linuxutils_2_24_02
> as dvsdk_2_10_01_18 and it fails to compile in the same way.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Shlomo

Shlomo,

You probably want to keep the mailing list on cc since many very
knowledgeable TIers monitor the list, and they may be able to help.

As for the build issue, there should be some documentations at DVSDK's
top level directory.  The documentation should detail the steps you need
to rebuild the DVSDK.  There are several configuration files that needs
to be updated before the build can succeed.  My suggestions are

1.  Use the kernel that come in the DVSDK first.
2.  Once you get the DVSDK to build, you can try the newer kernel.
3.  Double check the documentations and verify all the configurations
files are setup correctly.
4.  You may want to try TI support in addition to the mailing list.

Regards,

Steve



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[Fwd: Re: how do I build the dvsdk to use the lastest git kernel?]

Shlomo Kut
                    On Tue, 2009-11-03 at 07:10 -0600, Steve Chen wrote:

> On Tue, 2009-11-03 at 11:10 +0200, Shlomo Kut wrote:
> > I tried downloading dvsdk_setuplinux_3_00_02_44 and built
> > against the new kernel. It didn't work.
> >
> > dvsdk_setuplinux_3_00_02_44 has the same  version of linuxutils_2_24_02
> > as dvsdk_2_10_01_18 and it fails to compile in the same way.
> >
> > Any ideas?
> >
> > Shlomo
>
> Shlomo,
>
> You probably want to keep the mailing list on cc since many very
> knowledgeable TIers monitor the list, and they may be able to help.
>
> As for the build issue, there should be some documentations at DVSDK's
> top level directory.  The documentation should detail the steps you need
> to rebuild the DVSDK.  There are several configuration files that needs
> to be updated before the build can succeed.  My suggestions are
>
> 1.  Use the kernel that come in the DVSDK first.
> 2.  Once you get the DVSDK to build, you can try the newer kernel.
> 3.  Double check the documentations and verify all the configurations
> files are setup correctly.
> 4.  You may want to try TI support in addition to the mailing list.
>
> Regards,
>
> Steve
>
>
Hi Steve,

Who would you recommend I contact at TI about this problem?

Shlomo