Re: Please make discover2 udebs available for testing
On Sun, 1 Jun 2003 07:27 pm, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> [Petter Reinholdtsen]
> > developer:~# discover --data-path=linux/module/name \
> > --data-version=2.4 -t -d all -e ata -e pci -e pcmcia -e scsi display
> > --data-version has no meaning without --data-path.
> I found the problem. Removing '-t' got rid of this error. But I get
> two empty lines instead of any kernel module info. I would expect one
> empty line, as the --type-summary run only listed one card.
Isn't that because what that line actually scans for is things of type
usage: discover [--bus-summary] [OPTIONS] [BUS [...]]]
discover --type-summary [OPTIONS] [TYPE [...]]
discover --data-path=PATH [--data-version=VERSION] TYPE [...]
ie. discover wants some device _types_ as arguments. Hence you searched for
the linux kernel drivers for some displays, which don't exist since only
XFree86 driver data is in the discover-data udeb.
Try, for example:
discover --data-path=linux/module/name --data-version=2.4 network