[openskills-dev] xine problem with fedora

Jocelyn Habib admin at magaltavor.com
Mon Dec 20 13:03:40 GMT 2004


openskills at amos.mailshell.com wrote:

>Actually (appart from doing the stuff Bruce suggests) the quickest shortcut
>could be in many times to google for the error message you got
>(i.e. put the string "dxr3_scr: Failed to open control device
>/dev/em8300-0 (No such file or
>directory)" or parts of it in quotes and let google do the rest).
>
>The great thing about open source stuff is that you can be pretty sure
>someone else
>have already encountered the same problem as you and got an answer for
>it over the
>web.
>
>Cheers,
>
>--Amos
>
>On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 22:48:25 +1100, Bruce Badger
><bbadger.at.openskills.com at openskills.at.amos.mailshell.com> wrote:
>  
>
>>On Mon, 2004-12-20 at 22:01, Jocelyn Habib wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>Bruce Badger wrote:
>>>      
>>>
>>>>Does /dev/em8300-0 exist?  If not, do you have the module loaded for the
>>>>em8300 device?
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>no it does not exist
>>>      
>>>
>>Hmmm.  I'm not sure if you are saying the /dev/ file does not exist, or
>>that the module does not exist, or both.
>>
>>But it seems like you need to load the right module for this em8300,
>>whatever it is.  So, try some Googling looking for the module (driver)
>>for your hardware.  Then once you have the module in the right place in
>>/lib/modules, load it up with modprobe.  You should then see the device
>>in /dev/
>>
>>Again, note this stuff is not really my bag & I am largely guessing.
>>
>>BTW, a good trick is to physically examine the device for clues (model
>>numbers etc.) - this can help when searching Google for modules.
>>
>>All the best,
>>        Bruce
>>--
>>Make the most of your skills - with OpenSkills
>>http://www.openskills.com
>>
>>
>>
>>    
>>
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each time i search in the google i tried all the solution nothing 
changed still having this problem xine opens and then crashes and give 
you this error in the terminal

Thanks
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