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Kino, Fedora 7, and 1394 (Firewire) Access



I went to the trouble of installing kino and all its dependencies from the Livna repository, then fired up my Elura 100 camcorder, plugged in the 1394 cable, and started kino. Kino complained there was no raw1394 device. I ran 'modprobe raw1394', and there is no such device. So hitting the 'Capture' button in Kino does nothing for me. Here's the /var/log/messages output (only the last two lines may be of interest):

Sep  6 21:28:44 bobcp4 yum: Installed: x264 - 0-0.8.20061028.lvn7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:45 bobcp4 yum: Installed: lame-libs - 3.97-4.lvn7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:46 bobcp4 yum: Installed: faad2 - 2.0-19.20050131.lvn6.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:47 bobcp4 yum: Installed: a52dec - 0.7.4-10.lvn6.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:48 bobcp4 yum: Installed: libsndfile - 1.0.17-1.fc6.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:48 bobcp4 yum: Installed: libsamplerate - 0.1.2-6.fc6.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:49 bobcp4 yum: Installed: gsm - 1.0.12-3.fc7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:49 bobcp4 yum: Installed: libmp4v2 - 1.5.0.1-3.fc7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:50 bobcp4 yum: Installed: faac - 1.25-2.lvn7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:51 bobcp4 yum: Installed: libid3tag - 0.15.1b-3.fc6.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:52 bobcp4 yum: Installed: imlib2 - 1.3.0-3.fc7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:52 bobcp4 yum: Installed: xvidcore - 1.1.3-1.lvn7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:53 bobcp4 yum: Installed: libdca - 0.0.2-3.lvn7.x86_64
Sep 6 21:28:54 bobcp4 yum: Installed: ffmpeg-libs - 0.4.9-0.37.20070503.lvn7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:28:55 bobcp4 yum: Installed: libquicktime - 0.9.10-4.lvn7.x86_64
Sep 6 21:28:55 bobcp4 yum: Installed: ffmpeg - 0.4.9-0.37.20070503.lvn7.x86_64
Sep  6 21:29:00 bobcp4 yum: Installed: kino - 1.1.1-2.lvn7.x86_64
Sep 6 21:33:19 bobcp4 kernel: firewire_core: phy config: card 0, new root=ffc1, gap_count=5 Sep 6 21:33:19 bobcp4 kernel: firewire_core: created new fw device fw1 (0 config rom retries)

Here's my kernel details...

[root bobcp4 ~]# uname -a
Linux bobcp4.lingpgmr.com 2.6.22.4-65.fc7 #1 SMP Tue Aug 21 21:50:50 EDT 2007 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

I see from Googling that the firewire stack is broken for Kino 1.1.1. Is there any way for me to restore the ability to download video over firewire with Kino? Maybe I can do this in CentOS 5?

And Sean, if you are out there, I'll post the output for the Elura connected over USB and PTP tomorrow.

Thanks

Bob Cochran




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