Hi! Malcolm! Been a while. I heeded your advice and upgraded Great tip. But the issue seems to be in this patch:
diff --git a/drivers/media/pci/bt8xx/bttv-gpio.c b/drivers/media/pci/bt8xx/bttv-gpio.c
index a2b18e2bed1b…b730225ca887 100644
@@ -46,13 +46,14 @@ static int bttv_sub_probe(struct device *dev)
return sub->probe ? sub->probe(sdev) : -ENODEV;
Yup, the error seems to be in that file. The function returns an int where it should be a void or vice versa. You need to go into backports.txt in backports, under media_build and rem out one tiny line:
[5.14.1023] #add v5.14_bus_void_return.patch
The way I have had it explained for me is that SuSe has stuff from newer kernels included and thus backports that would be needed on other distros will break things.
Now. This is a bit too close for comfort:
/dev/md126p3 41G 36G 3.3G 92% /
This is a noname box I bought in 2016 with hardware raid. It has worked well for us, but it is approaching 10 years (I conveniently ignore that I have a HP1000 A400, A HP85 A HP9000/340 and a HP9816 that are all much older than that and run just fine)
So, should I preemptively replace the disks (SATA) and put in larger at the same time, or should I fork out for a new box?
Any suggestions on stuff that I can delete on / ? All recordings and ripped music is on /home which is a different partition. I have deleted all old snapshots already.