Building the UT-100 driver module on the Raspberry Pi can be done the same way as on the desktop. The only difference is that instead of “sudo apt-get install”-ing the kernel headers and sources we have to fetch them from the Raspberry Pi git repository and install them manually. Although my instructions are written with the UT-100C DVB-T modulator in mind, the procedure is applicable to other out of tree kernel modules as well.
It has been a busy night but I have made good progress with the Gumtix Overo Fire. Today’s report is action packed with kernel panics, painful downgrades and a working webcam.