[Asterisk-Users] Re: ztdummy and Linux 2.6.13-rc7
support at drdos.info
Sun Sep 4 17:20:32 MST 2005
Tony Mountifield wrote:
>In article <43121C89.9090702 at drdos.info>,
>Doug Lytle <support at drdos.info> wrote:
>>Anybody having issues with ztdummy under the current 2.6 RC7? I get the
>>following errors when trying to modprobe ztdummy:
>>"Unable to register zaptel rtc driver"
>>Doing a Google on the error shows reference to a message from 2004 that
>>said you might not have RTC compiled into the kernel. Checking via:
>>grep -i rtc .config
>rtc and genrtc are alternatives to each other.
>Make sure that the rtc module is loaded, and *not* genrtc.
>ztdummy is not compatible with genrtc, only with rtc.
I had time tonight to try this. Under Linux 2.6.13 final. Looking at
make menuconfig shows that both Generic /dev/rtc emulation and Enhanced
Real Time Clock support
Removing one and enabling the other, compiling and recompiling zaptel:
make clean;make linux26 make install (udev rules in place)
I am unable to do a modprobe ztdummy without the above error. Any
others running Linux 2.6.13 and successfully using ztdummy for timing?
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