[linux-dvb] Re: Mantis VP-1027/VP-1033/VP-1034/VP-2033/VP-3033
joep at groovytunes.nl
Thu Nov 2 18:26:26 CET 2006
I'm using OpenSuse 10.1
What kernel are you using Marko?
If I run dvbscan the second time doesn't find any channels.
It only gives filter timeouts.
I don't have a scan binary on my machine.
How can I watch TV channel's with xine?
When I choose playlist->get from->dvb
xine just locks up
Op woensdag 1 november 2006 21:41, schreef Marko Ristola:
> joep admiraal wrote:
> > I applied the mantis_cu1216-workable-up.diff patch from Marko.
> > Now dvbscan does find some channels!
> > Sadly it stops finding channels after some time.
> > It then only gives filter timeout's.
> Sounds familiar. You can try to scan more than once. I used scan binary.
> I don't know about dvbscan. With the first scanning I got a short result.
> On second try I got a lot better results.
> I suspect that the scan program won't wait long enough
> for the channel description information?
> Using multiple frequencies within the scan parameter
> file worked for me also. With two frequencies,
> channels were found twice. So the one channel
> approach seems to be the best one.
> After I watched some TV channel with kaffeine or xine,
> scanning gave those filter timeouts. Only a reboot helped.
> > When I apply the dvb_net-compile-fix-up.diff patch I can't compile
> > dvb_net.c.
> What kernel version are you using (what distro)?
> I used FC5 then. I use FC6 now.
> Unfortunately Mantis alpha version compilation for FC6
> seems to be broken on many places.
> So I'm still on a compilation phase with FC6.
> > Please let me know if I can help by sending more information about these
> > two problems.
> > Thanks for the time you put into this driver
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