[vdr] Dead lock in VDR/EPG scan
Klaus.Schmidinger at cadsoft.de
Mon Jun 6 22:44:46 CEST 2005
Rainer Zocholl wrote:
> Sergei.Haller at math.uni-giessen.de(Sergei Haller) 06.06.05 20:21
> Once upon a time "Sergei Haller " shaped the electrons to say...
>>On Mon, 6 Jun 2005, Rainer Zocholl (RZ) wrote:
> RZ>>>Besides, if you want to start an EPG scan you can
> RZ>>>select "Scan" from the Setup/EPG menu at any time.
> RZ>> I would not expect such a function under "Setup", more under
> RZ>> "Commands"- but anyway:
> RZ>> Under "Setup/EPG": I have only a line named
> RZ>> "EPG scan timeout(h): 0"
> RZ>> "EPG bugfis level: 2
> RZ>> "EPG linger time(min): 90"
> RZ>> "Set Systemtime: yes"
> RZ>> "Use time...
> RZ>> But no "EPG scan now!"
> I really did not expect such a command function
> in that menu,
Well, it's gotta be _somewhere_ ;-)
> and what should tell the word "scan" alone?
Hmm, it's the EPG setup menu, and there's a command button that says
"Scan"... What might that scan? The transponders? The channels?
The user's iris? The bar code on your forehead?
Surely it can't mean that it scans the EPG - because then it wouldn't
be in the EPG setup menu - or would it?
> It's time for a online help key ;-) (No, i don't have the time)
> Maybe someone can scan in the "keyfunction table" and
> make a still video of it?
How about taking a look at the MANUAL file?
* Parameters in the "Setup" menu
Scan The "Red" button in the "Setup/EPG" menu can be used to
force an EPG scan on a single DVB card system. If pressed,
and the primary DVB device is currently not recording or
replaying, it will loop through the transponders once and
then switch back to the original channel. Any user activity
during the EPG scan will also stop the scan and bring back
the original channel.
> When i press red button, simply all menue closes-
> nothing is reported to the user.
> Syslog does not show "EPG scan start".
> I set the scan timeout to 1h. but that does not help.
This function is mainly for single card systems.
In multiple card systems the EPG scan is always active when
there has been no user activity for some 60 seconds. The "Scan"
button then simply cuts that timeout short. There is no need for
an explicit message because the primary card is not switched
to a different channel.
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