Yesterday, I installed CentOS 5.3 on the Gateway GT5482 machine that housed the EDT frame-grabber.
> yum install gcc
> yum install make
> yum install tk
> yum install kernel
I tried to run ~/fgdriver/linux.go at this point to install the EDT driver, but the installation failed about halfway through with the message "problem making the driver module". An investigation revealed that this was the due to the failure of ~/fgdriver/linux/module/makefile. I tried running that makefile separately to build the driver module and it crashed with the message: Can't find /lib/modules/2.6.18-128.el5/source/include/linux/mm.h. I concluded that the kernel source code wasn't installed
> yum install kernel-devel
> yum install kernel-xen-devel
And then I followed the instructions at the link: http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/I_need_the_Kernel_Source
from: > yum install rpm-build redhat-rpm-config unifdef
to: > rpm -i http://mirror.centos.org/centos/5/updates/SRPMS/kernel-2.6.18-164.15.1.el5.src.rpm 2>&1 | grep -v mockb
and at the latter point the rpm build pissed and moaned that it couldn't find the file kernel-2.6.18-164.15.1.el5.src.rpm
However, some combination of the above must have worked. I rebooted the computer and logged in again as root. At this point the install script ~/fgdriver/linux.go ran from start to finish without complaining. A quick test of the resulting /opt/EDTpdv/camconfig and then /opt/EDTpdv/serial_cmd showed that I could access the Dalsa 1M60 camera through the frame grabber.