[linux-dvb] tzap output not human readable

P. van Gaans w3ird_n3rd at gmx.net
Wed Jul 18 03:22:53 CEST 2007


timecop wrote:
> Edit the sores, and replace %04x with %d or wahtever suits your fancy.
> <insert rant about "you can do this because lunix is opensores" (but
> never mind the fact that since actual real programmers write windows
> apps, this wouldn't be a problem in teh first place)>
> 
> -tc
> 
> On 7/18/07, P. van Gaans <w3ird_n3rd at gmx.net> wrote:
>> I tuned to something with tzap. That gives output like this:
>>
>> status 1f | signal 9a9a | snr fafa | ber 00013ed2 | unc ffffffff |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal 9898 | snr fbfb | ber 00011dbe | unc ffffffff |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal 9595 | snr fcfc | ber 00011678 | unc 00000005 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal 9090 | snr fcfc | ber 00011a26 | unc 00000003 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal 8f8f | snr fcfc | ber 0001289c | unc 00000000 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal 9393 | snr fcfc | ber 0001362a | unc 0000000a |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal 9595 | snr fcfc | ber 00012d46 | unc 00000016 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>>
>> I've noticed none of the numbers are human-readable (and yes, I suspect
>> anyone who can read hex at the speed tzap outputs it from being
>> non-human ;)). Is it possible to make tzap output decimal numbers so I
>> can compare signal quality and stuff between channels?
>>
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I was seriously almost going to ask you where I could find the sores, 
until I realized the meaning of the word "sore" in proper English and 
it's pronunciation.

Am I allowed to rant on some people on this list?



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