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diseqcsetup - A bash setup script for VDR [[DiSEqC]] configuration
 
diseqcsetup - A bash setup script for VDR [[DiSEqC]] configuration
   
This script allows you to easily configure vdr [[DiSEqC]], you do not need to know '''diseqc.conf''' rules. It has an interactive dialog interface, based on your diseqc device connection, set the 22k tone, Toneburst, DiSEqC 1.0/1.1/1.2 switching device. Of course you can complete the Non-standard user defined configuration, such committed and uncommitted to connect two DiSEqC settings, sequence repetition and specify the wait time, etc.
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This script allows you to configure vdr [[DiSEqC]] easily, without needing to know '''diseqc.conf''' rules. It has an interactive dialog interface, based on your [[DiSEqC]] switch connection, set the 22k tone, Toneburst, DiSEqC 1.0/1.1/1.2 switching device. Of course you can complete the Non-standard user defined configuration, such connect committed and uncommitted two [[DiSEqC]] settings, sequence repetition and specify the wait time, etc.
   
 
==Images==
 
==Images==

Revision as of 11:50, 12 August 2010

Description

Author: Yinghong Liu

diseqcsetup - A bash setup script for VDR DiSEqC configuration

This script allows you to configure vdr DiSEqC easily, without needing to know diseqc.conf rules. It has an interactive dialog interface, based on your DiSEqC switch connection, set the 22k tone, Toneburst, DiSEqC 1.0/1.1/1.2 switching device. Of course you can complete the Non-standard user defined configuration, such connect committed and uncommitted two DiSEqC settings, sequence repetition and specify the wait time, etc.

Images

The main menu,select DiSEqC mode.
Specify the satellite
Select LNBF LO frequency
Set DiSEqC 1.1/2.1 uncommitted Switch
Non-standard user defined configuration
Set the first DiSEqC port
Non-standard user defined configuration menu

Software Requirements

  • bash
  • dialog
  • nano or vi

NOTE

This script assumes that all config files are located in /video/vdr or /etc/vdr.It also can be specified by the dialog. sources.conf and setup.conf must be existed.

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