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Re: dvgrab error: /dev/raw1394



Hi,

To solv your problem, just do it:

as root, create the device drivers for the IEEE1394 subsystem

mknod -m 0666 /dev/raw1394 c 171 0
mknod -m 0666 /dev/video1394 c 172 0

mknod -m 0666 /etc/udev/devices/dev/raw1394 c 171 0
mknod -m 0666 /etc/udev/devices/dev/video1394 c 172 0

load the apropriated device modules (ieee1394, ohci1394, raw1394,
dv1394, video1394)

Get Kino, Cinerella or another video editing software to test you
digital video editing system.

Here, I've a Canon MV750i working fine with Fedora Core 3 and
Kino/Cinerella/GAIM-VV,GNOMEMeeting...

Have a happy new year,

Regards


-- 
Alexandre Cavalcante Alencar
<alexandre alencar aspec com br>
Aspec S/C Ltda

Em Ter, 2004-12-28 às 09:33 -0800, Dave escreveu:
> OK, so I figured I'd grab some video of our baby really quick. I had 1394 & 
> dvgrab working fine on my old system, but it's been so long I have no clue 
> how I did it. Hoping Fedora 3 is more idiot proof, I figured I'd try it out. 
> No joy: dvgrab says "raw1394 - failed to get handle: No such file or 
> directory"
> 
> lsmod shows all the right (I think) modules loaded:
> 
> dv1394                 24461  0
> raw1394                36909  0
> ohci1394               35033  1 dv1394
> ieee1394              302869  3 dv1394,raw1394,ohci1394
> 
> Log entry shows /dev/raw1394 being created
> 
> Dec 28 09:19:22 minerva kernel: ieee1394: raw1394: /dev/raw1394 device 
> initialized
> 
> But there's no /dev/raw1394! Is this some udev thing? Because I'm still 
> completely at sea about that--I never even got up to speed on devfs, either. 
> I was still using  statically created devices ...


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