[PD] shell script for ieee1394 on debian
tim at timesup.org
Mon Aug 20 18:00:38 CEST 2007
I seem to be having the problem again that some
paranoid program is snipping off the dv.sh script because
it might contain a virus!
Did you mean the following script:
mkdir -p /dev/ieee1394/dv/host0/PAL
mknod -m 666 /dev/ieee1394/dv/host0/PAL/in c 171 34
mknod -m 666 /dev/ieee1394/dv/host0/PAL/out c 171 35
I copied this from the article that you linked below. If it is
this, then Hurrah! it works.
Do you have any idea why it is necessary to create these nodes, while
Kino seems to find the devices without any trouble? It would
be nice if this "just worked" "out of the box" on linux.
On 16/08/2007, at 10:12 AM, Olivier Heinry wrote:
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> As far as i remeber, it was due to some nodes lacking, whichj are
> erased by udev and need to be rebuilt by the follwing bash script.
> I'll try drop by at the other computer's station and have a look at
> the original patch.
> good luck
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