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Hi Peter, On 10/12/2013 10:34 AM, Peter Stuge wrote: > I can understand that you can not upgrade kernel on the final system, > but it would be very helpful if you could test on a separate system, > with similar hardware, with a new kernel, to see if the problem persists. As I don't have a similar system with Linux (but I have a similar one with Windows where the rtlsdr library works perfect), I intend to install it on a virtual machine on the same hardware just to see if I still get the same errors. Is this a good ideea? What Linux version do you recommend to try with? > ldd is a good way to see what libraries will actually be loaded by a > given program. If indeed the CentOS package has been uninstalled then > ldd should confirm that the correct library file is being loaded. When I try 'ldd -v rtl_test' I get the message "not a dynamic executable" >> Find what the problem is by running strace ./rtl-sdr and matching >> ioctls to the code. > Please don't do that, it is not helpful. Please focus on creating a > debug log as described on http://libusb.org/wiki/debug since that's > very useful for those of us who know the libusb code. I'll do it. > > Thanks > > //Peter > Thanks, Dan