[linux-dvb] uk-Sudbury dvb-t tuning data file question.
shaun at saintsi.co.uk
Tue Feb 5 20:15:26 CET 2008
I found that the best method is to use mythtv to tune, no special files
required. Just use mythtv-setup and it should work. Id did for me and I am in
Kent using a Nova 500 DVB-T.
On Tuesday 05 February 2008 10:36:17 steve.goodey at bt.com wrote:
> Apologies if this is the wrong list to ask.
> Perhaps you could answer a few questions for me?
> Sudbury, in England, is one of the sites with two DVB-T transmitters,
> Sudbury and SudburyB, main transmitter Tacolneston. On my Mythtv box I
> have found /usr/share/doc/dvb-utils/examples/scan/dvb-t/uk-SudburyB but
> there is no file for Sudbury. Now according to the www.ukfree.tv site
> Sudbury has six muxes, SudburyB has only one for ITV. I suspect I am
> missing something here, why is there only one frequency file for Sudbury
> and why is called SudburyB?
> Should there be two files, as for Dover for example, uk-Sudbury with six
> muxes and uk_SudburyB with one?
> I assume MythTv does not use these files during tuning?
> Steve Goodey
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