> I've released new drivers for SGI Indy's VINO video input (for 2.6 kernels).
That's what I've already waited for. Slowly 2.6.x should get usable for
SGI machines :).
> Please test the driver and report the results so that bugs
> (yes, I can promise there are lots of them :) can be squashed.
I only get a bla[nc]k image using the patched camsource or xawtv from
from Debian Sarge with my IndyCam :(. With the old driver for
2.4.x I got some more results (striped, but at least an image...).
I hope you could give me some hints where to start debugging...
| SGI VINO driver version 0.0.1
| VINO with chip ID 11, revision 0 found
| Philips SAA7191 driver version 0.0.1
| SAA7191 initialized
| SGI IndyCam driver version 0.0.1
| IndyCam v1.0 detected
| IndyCam initialized
What I noticed, too:
* you should really include a directory in your package, I (most people?)
did 'cd src/; tar zxvf vino-0.0.1.tar.gz' and screwed up my source
directory a bit.
* (not so important) I cross-compile all kernel-related stuff. Although
'make -C $MIPSKERNELDIR SUBDIRS=`pwd`' is not as difficult, there
COULD be support for cross-compiling in the Makefile.
 yes, I opened the cover ;). channel was correct, too.