MythTV on a nslu2... looking for best approach to get a 2.6.16 kernel on the NSLU2
Hello debian-arm peeps,
I'm wondering if anyone has some scripts that can be used to take the
unstable 2.6.16 kernel package
and roll it together with the proprietary Intel ipx400 nic driver to make a bootable nslu2 image... or
if I should instead abandon debian-arm and start over targeting
I'm working on a proof of concept to see if an NSLU2 can be used to capture ATSC transport streams to record HDTV.
Thus far, I've successfully ported MythTV 0.19-5 from the Ubuntu archive (at
http://deb.thehunter.ws/dists/breezy/mythtv-stable/) to debian arm unstable running on an NSLU2...
The debian arm packages are available at:
The requirement for 2.6.16 comes from the fact that my usb tuner (http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/FusionHDTV5USBGold) requires cxusb which was introduced and bug-fixed throughout the
2.6.16. I can build this module on the slug itself from the kernel source packages, but unless I can get the newer kernel onto the slugs firmware it's not going to help.
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