[vdr] diseqc.conf with different lines for each frontend

Sergio Daniel Gomez sergiogomez at tostado.com.ar
Fri Feb 8 03:01:17 CET 2013


El 07/02/13 18:36, Teemu Suikki escribió:
> Hi!
>
> I have vdr 1.7.27, from yavdr 0.5.
>
> I have two frontends, one has fixed dish to 1.0W and other is a
> motorized dish than can tune any satellite.
>
> I have tried rotorng plugin, but I see that it's entirely possible to
> let VDR do the dish control with diseqc.conf.. this is my diseqc.conf file:
>
> 1:
> S1.0W  11700 V  9750  v t
> S1.0W  99999 V 10600  v T
> S1.0W  11700 H  9750  V t
> S1.0W  99999 H 10600  V T
>
> 2:
> S1.0W 11700 V  9750  t W15 [E0 31 6B 19] W15 v t
> S1.0W 99999 V 10600  t W15 [E0 31 6B 19] W15 v T
> S1.0W 11700 H  9750  t W15 [E0 31 6B 19] W15 V t
> S1.0W 99999 H 10600  t W15 [E0 31 6B 19] W15 V T
>
> S13.0E 11700 V  9750  t W15 [E0 31 6B 13] W15 v t
> S13.0E 99999 V 10600  t W15 [E0 31 6B 13] W15 v T
> S13.0E 11700 H  9750  t W15 [E0 31 6B 13] W15 V t
> S13.0E 99999 H 10600  t W15 [E0 31 6B 13] W15 V T
> (other satellites here too, just two shown)
>
> ------------------------------
>
> This works well. VDR moves the dish, works with rotorng disabled.
>
> But the problem is, VDR seems to prefer frontend 2 for some reason. If
> frontend 2 is tuned to S13.0E and I switch to channel on S1.0W, I have
> to wait for the dish to turn.. Frontend 1 would have been tuned already!
>
> It's worse if there is a timer recording on S1.0W. VDR chooses frontend
> 2 even if there is only one recording going. Then I can't switch to
> other satellites at all, the only moving dish is stuck to S1.0W..
>
> Now, the obvious solution is to remove S1.0W from frontend2 config.. But
> then frontend2 can't help if there's duplicate timers on S1.0W.
>
> Is there any way to make frontend1 higher priority, so it would be used
> first if it can tune?
>
> --
> Teemu Suikki
> http://www.z-power.fi/
>
>
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Hi, maybe you can add a fake sat in souces.conf to your fixed dish, for 
example S1.1W, and use S1.0W to your rotor.
I used something like this and work perfect.

Best regards.



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