updated today to kernel-desktop-3.14.0-1.1.g79de0a7.x86_64 and
after running and closing down tvtime (tvtime-1.0.2-260.1.3.x86_64) the following message occurred
when trying to restart it again,
“saa7134: Device of resource busy
Cannot open capture device /dev/video0”
this problem was not noticed with the kernel-desktop-3.13 series kernels
tvtime starts ok again after reboot but the situation is the same trying a logout & login
A780GM-m1<2014Apr01><23:34><~> sudo umount /dev/video0
umount: /dev/video0: not mounted
also has no effect
is there a simple remedy? is a bug report needed?
this was also noticed with the rc8-1 kernel and KDE 4.12.3
A780GM-m1 Kernel: 3.14.0-1.g79de0a7-desktop x86_64 (64 bit)
Desktop: KDE 4.12.4 Distro: openSUSE 13.1 (Bottle)
Mobo: ASRock model: A780GM-LE, Quad core AMD Phenom II X4 940
On 04/02/2014 04:26 PM, keellambert wrote:
> when it is stopped. first instance, it disappears from the process list
> does not return until after its started again on reboot
> so its assumed tvtime is not closing down all associated processes
> with kernel 3.14 but I’m not able to find anything which indicates this
For me, tvtime shuts down correctly. I use it hundreds of times between reboots;
however, I do not start it on boot. In addition, mine is used with a USB tuner.
I suspect a problem with the saa1734 driver in 3.14. The proper way to determine
what is causing the problem this would be to obtain the mainline kernel from the
git repo and bisect the error. If you are not willing to try this, then report
the bug on email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. That
will get the attention of the developers.
BTW, there are no explicit changes to saa1734 with kernel 3.14. That makes it
seem that it was some other change that is causing the problem.