[linux-dvb] New tuning file for Astra 28.2E

P. van Gaans w3ird_n3rd at gmx.net
Wed Jul 25 05:20:40 CEST 2007


Zoilo Gomez wrote:
> Christoph Pfister wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Am Dienstag, 24. Juli 2007 11:45 schrieb Marvin Hankley:
>>   
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> Please find attached a more complete tuning file for Astra 28.2E.
>>>     
>> Is that really needed? NIT linking exists which allows the scan apps to find 
>> the other transponders (ideally from a single initial tuning entry).
>> Of course some providers manage to mess stuff up so that you need more (or 
>> all) entries to get the full channel list.
> 
> Exactly; NITs seem to be incomplete all the time ... as of yet I still 
> have to see my first complete scan that is based on an ideal single 
> initial tuning entry on any satellite!
> 
> Am I correct in thinking that things seem to change often as well?
> 
> Another notorious mess is the new Astra 23E5 ... will post a frequency 
> list for that one as soon as I have time to investigate it.
> 
> Z.
> 
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When I did a scan on the Hot Bird satellite with Kaffeine, I only found 
10 channels. There was no NIT available at all. After searching for the 
transponder with the NIT info for a while I gave up, loaded the 
transponder file from 
http://joshyfun.peque.org/transponders/kaffeine.html and completed the 
scan..



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