Re: Subject: Firewire Kernel Problems with Fedora 7

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Ken Solomon <kensol <at> internode.on.net> writes:
...
> To get my camera (JVC GR-DVL510EA) working in F7, I did the
> following...
> 
> sudo modprobe fw-ohci
> 
> Connect the camera.
> 
> Change permissions on device file - see below.
> 
> Start kino - The camera should be shown and operational now.
> 
> I've also changed permission on file "/dev/fwX" (/dev/fw0 on my machine)
> to allow non-root access to the firewire device. 
> I've edited "/etc/security/console.perms.d/50-default.perms" and then I
> ran "sudo pam_console_apply" afterwards to achieve this.
> 

When I did this I got:

Found AV/C device with GUID 0x0080458031473db8

Message from [email protected] at Mon Jul 16 15:09:17 2007 ...
localhost kernel: Oops: 0000 [1] SMP 
Message from [email protected] at Mon Jul 16 15:09:17 2007 ...
localhost kernel: CR2: ffffffffffffffea

which does not look good to me at all (and it did not read my video).


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