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Oneiros
post May 1 2005, 02:24 AM
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Hi,

I just got my C1000 a couple weeks ago and I want to start compiling things on it : like V4l drivers, usbvision to be able to watch tv on my zaurus or use my usb webcam, or using ctorrent.

I have successfully installed Zgcc using these instructions:
http://s91215199.onlinehome.us/zaurus/zgcc2install.html

Everythings worked fine until I tried to compile the usbvision drivers, I downloaded the latest sources on the usbvision site and tried:
make install in the src directory:

then I got this message
install -D -m 644 *.o /lib/moduless.2.4.20/kernel/drivers/usb
install: not found
make: *** [install] Errror 127

Sounds bad to me, it doesn't recognize the command install.

Can anyone tell me what I did wrong? Should I try to install V4l drivers before/instead?

thanks for any help
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jfox
post Jun 30 2005, 10:47 PM
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QUOTE(Oneiros @ May 1 2005, 02:24 AM)
Hi,

I just got my C1000 a couple weeks ago and I want to start compiling things on it : like V4l drivers, usbvision to be able to watch tv on my zaurus or use my usb webcam, or using ctorrent.

I have successfully installed Zgcc using these instructions:
http://s91215199.onlinehome.us/zaurus/zgcc2install.html

Everythings worked fine until I tried to compile the usbvision drivers, I downloaded the latest sources on the usbvision site and tried:
make install in the src directory:

then I got this message
install -D -m 644 *.o /lib/moduless.2.4.20/kernel/drivers/usb
install: not found
make: *** [install] Errror 127

Sounds bad to me, it doesn't recognize the command install.

Can anyone tell me what I did wrong? Should I try to install V4l drivers before/instead?

thanks for any help
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Well -- obviously install moves the driver to the indicated directory and changes its permissions to 644. You could do that manually, though the names of the directory is incorrect for the zaurus -- so look in /lib, spell moduless with less "s" and get the rest right. But unless you have the Zaurus 6000 or whatever is the one Zaurus with a usb master instead of a slave usb, then this thing is never going to work.

Jeffrey Fox
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