[linux-dvb] extra switch for tzap

Christophe Thommeret hftom at free.fr
Sat Jul 21 15:57:12 CEST 2007


Le samedi 21 juillet 2007 00:30, Uwe Bugla a écrit :
> Am Freitag, 20. Juli 2007 15:03:55 schrieb Christophe Thommeret:
> > Le jeudi 19 juillet 2007 16:26, Uwe Bugla a écrit :
> > > > > > (The main difference between dvbscan and kaffeine is that
> > > > > > kaffeine filters one pid at a time (+ the nit pid in a second 
> > > > > > thread) while dvbscan creates up to 32 (iirc), so dvbscan is a
> > > > > > bit faster, but maybe your device/driver doesn't like it.)
> > > > >
> > > > > 1. That sounds VERY interesting! so please WHERE in scan's source
> > > > > code can I reduce the pid filtering to ONE PID and how. I do not
> > > > > call myself a programmer, so can you please give me a hint where I
> > > > > can find the appropriate sections in latest "scan.c" to patch that
> > > > > thing? It indeed would save me a lot of pain if I only knew where
> > > > > to look at and what to patch! :)
> >
> > try to decrease MAX_RUNNING in scan.c
> >
> > (btw, something may be wrong with your mail reader, as you see your
> > response was double quoted.)
>
> Thank you for that hint, Christophe. :)
>
> Reducing "define MAX_RUNNING=1" instead of 27 in fact slows down the whole
> process, but the real problem unfortunately stays.
> In fact I have tried a couple of numbers: 1, 2, 10, 20......
>
> 7 walkthroughs - 7 different scan results. :(
> WHERE the timeouts happen is highly "by chance". :(
> There are channels missing in one walkthrough that appear in another and so
> on.......
>
> The scan result you can never call "standardized" or equal, as the number
> of dumped services is never at least close to equal. :(
>
> Kaffeine's scan result appears far more confidential than the one of
> "scan".
>
> Any other hints from your part where I could poke around in scan.c to
> resolve that issue???

Unfortunately, no :(

P.S.
I've just added check for CA descriptors in PMT to correct CA flag in some 
cases.


-- 
Christophe Thommeret




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