[vdr] xine-network patches

Anssi Hannula anssi.hannula at gmail.com
Thu Jun 1 00:17:45 CEST 2006


syrius.ml at no-log.org wrote:
>>>Okay, I installed vdr-xine-0.7.7.
>>>
>>>While my 0.7.9 patched libxine was installed with vdr-xine 0.7.7, the
>>>video was much better, but still jerky (no buffer overflows etc, and the
>>>video wasn't lagging behind, just skipping most frames). I then
>>>installed libxine again, this time patched with the correct 0.7.7 patch.
>>>Now I don't get any video at all, just "No signal". The remote events do
>>>still get through, as I see the channel-switching in the log.
>>
>>Could it be you haven't set PrimaryDVB correctly ?
>>here i'm not using the vdr-xine feature to automatically set the
>>primary device when vdr-xine is used. i have to set it to
>>(number_of_real_dvb_device + 1)

Well, I set it manually and no effect, except that now even xine remote
events don't get through...

> anyway, i'm using it on x86_32.
> it's xine-lib cvs head from last weekend and xine-ui 0.99.3 (in fact
> i've just recompiled the debian unstable xine-ui with
> --enable-vdr-keys)
> and i use these patches on top of xine-lib and vdr-xine-0.7.7:
> http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.vdr/27923

Okay, thanks for the info, I guess I'll try these tomorrow.

-- 
Anssi Hannula




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