Hi, <br> Following these days the topic on the Nova-T 500 USB disconnects and so, yesterday I decided to give MythTV channel scanning another try, at least so I could generate a report and send it to <span id="firstname.lastname@example.org">
<b>janne-dvb.<br></b><br> To my surprise, this time, for any unknown reason maybe related to Moon phase or some rare astrological combination this time it worked. I could scan (nearly...) all the available channels in my area, and once done almost instantaneosly I started to receive the EIT data.
<br><br> The bad news is that a got a kernel oops (what does it mean...?) after a short time. I'm not sure if it ocurred while MythTV was doing uniquely the EIT scanning or while I was trying to watch TV using the new detected channels (I removed the old ones imported through
channels.conf, so now I only have the ones detected by Myth. They were the same channels but used different numbers, so they were duplicated).<br><br> So, in a nutshell: <br></span><ul><li><span id="email@example.com">
MythTV channel scanning seems to work now.</span></li><li><span id="firstname.lastname@example.org">Shortly after I was able to receive EIT data I got a kernel oops. Never got one before.</span></li></ul> I don't know if kernel oops is related to USB disconnection. However, it seems reasonable to suspect that the EIT reception has something to do with this problems, as I never experienced problems with this card before.
<br><br>For now, I've left the EIT scanning turned off and will rely solely on the internet guides. If the kernel oops comes back I'll notify it.<br><br>Cheers, and congrats for your hard work!<br> Eduard<br>