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[vdr] Re: stop 1.3.X auto update for ONE channel
On Wed, 2004-09-15 at 08:34 +0200, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> Malcolm Caldwell wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have one channel that I cannot tune with the parameters received 'off
> > the air'. I can however tune it with other paremeters.
> Which channel is this?
Its a DVB-T channel here in Australia.
> Please provide the channels.conf entry as it comes 'off the air' and the
> one that works for you.
> Can you (or anybody else) receive this channel with a commercial STB?
Yes, many can receive this channel, even with vdr - just not with my
> > This is probably
> > just a driver issue, and I should try to fix it there, but I am running
> > the latest 2.4 kernel + dvb kernel code which is quite out of date.
> Well, then I'd say try the latest driver version first.
Yes - I guess I should try this. Not sure how this old redhat 7.3 box
will go with 2.6.
> > The problem is vdr 1.3 start up, but as soon as I tune to that channel
> > (which works the first time with my 'incorrect' parameters vdr edits
> > the channel definition so subsequent tunings to that channel fail. To
> > get this channel to work again I have to edit the channels.conf file by
> > hand.
> > So, is there a way to tell vdr 'auto update everything, but never touch
> > this channel'?
> There is no general way to do that (actually the transmitted data is
> supposed to work ;-). What you could do is to insert some code that checks
> for that particular channel ID and prevents it from being modified.
> At any rate we should try to fix the actual problem.
I knew that!
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