[linux-dvb] TechniSat SkyStar HD: Problems scaning and zaping

Vangelis Nonas vnonas at otenet.gr
Wed Feb 27 00:23:37 CET 2008


Hello,

Here is the output of hg log|head -n 5 for two different directories 
(multiproto and multiproto_7200)

for multiproto:
changeset:   7205:9bdb997e38b5
tag:         tip
user:        Manu Abraham <manu at linuxtv.org>
date:        Sun Feb 24 02:10:56 2008 +0400
summary:     We can now reduce the debug levels, just need to look at 
errors only.

for multiproto_7200:
changeset:   7200:45eec532cefa
tag:         tip
parent:      7095:a577a5dbc93d
parent:      7199:0448e5a6d8a6
user:        Manu Abraham <manu at linuxtv.org>


So I guess I was referring to 7200 and not to 7201.
I am very positive about the results because I have tested it many 
times. It is just that it is 7200 instead of 7201.
So as a concluesion, 7200 behaves better than 7205. My corrected little 
table follows below just for clarification.

Changeset   Verbose  channels
--------------------------------
7200         1        2152
7200         2        2105
7200         5        2081
7205         1        1760
7205         2        1608
7205         5        1578


I apologise for the confusion, I may have caused.

Regards
Vagelis




Manu Abraham wrote:
> Vangelis Nonas wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I have tested again changesets 7201 and 7205 with verbose 5, 2 and 1 
>> scanning 101 transponders on Hotbird (I attach my transponders file 
>> -- it is taken and adopted from ProgDvb).
>>
>> Here are my statistics:
>>
>> Changeset   Verbose  channels
>> --------------------------------
>> 7201         1        2152
>> 7201         2        2105
>> 7201         5        2081
>> 7205         1        1760
>> 7205         2        1608
>> 7205         5        1578
>
>
> Are you "really" sure that 7201 behaves better than others. I ask 
> this, since
> there was a bug in 7201 which caused many people not to have a LOCK, the
> bugs which was fixed in 7203 and 7204. I am at a loss now, as to
> understanding this strange phenomena, how a lock was achieved with no
> communication to the tuner.
>
> If it were 7200, i could have still believed, there was a possibility, 
> but 7201
> i am terribly confused.
>
> Can you please verify whether you didn't get mixed up with the changeset
> numbers or the logs that were produced ?
>
>
> Regards,
> Manu
>
>
> .
>




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