Fri Nov 7 09:10:49 CET 2008
> On Wed, 2008-11-12 at 19:42 +0100, ferrarir at libero.it wrote:
> > Hello,
> > i'm having problem watching dvb-s2 channels using multiproto drivers
> > and mythtv.
> > i've compiled multiproto drivers and mythtv 0.21 patched with this
> > patch:
> > http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/raw-attachment/ticket/5403/mythtv_multipro=
> > i'm able to scan dvb-s2 transponders after updating
> > mythconverg.dtv_multiplex table to '8psk' (modulation field) but i'm
> > not able to watch hd channels ...
> > Mythfrontend complains about "no lock"
> You're more likely to find help about mythtv on one of their
> mailinglists. See http://mythtv.org/modules.php?name=3DMythInfo
> Patience is probably the key right now when it comes to linux and
> DVB-based HDTV. In case you haven't noticed; the community has agreed
> that S2API, and not multiproto, is the way forward. The new API and a
> collection of hardware drivers to go with it is intended for inclusion
> with linux kernel release 2.6.28 some time next year. In the meantime
> there's only experimental code available. Some application developers
> have started coding for the new API, but there's no working patches for=
> mythtv yet. There is experimental code for VDR and Kaffeine.
> S2API source: http://linuxtv.org/repo/ (v4l-dvb source tree)
> About S2API: http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/S2API
> Per Heldal - http://heldal.eml.cc/
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