If i plug it into the xmltv it reads the info no problem How many muxes are still awaiting the initial scan? Any suggestions would be welcome. I’m looking further into it and have asked around a bit for more information on the sdt differences on Dish since it has been dealt with, with other software. Well what i did to correct that in there was slow the Scanning time down on each transponder I set the pct and smt to 70 secs and 90 secs.. Ok Hein, I don’t want to confuse you or myself I am tired of mediaportal and its shortomings and constant crashes
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I will say this Well what i did to correct that in there was slow the Scanning time down on each transponder I set the pct linud smt to 70 secs and 90 secs.
CONFIG_DVB_USB_GP8PSK: GENPIX 8PSK->USB module support
I am a regular over at satfix. I wrote the full muxes to disk so i was able genix make sure i was getting the transponder info That is why it is not reading the services.
The simple fact is if i manually map the channel it works fine. But no here no there.
gp8psk: Add support for the Genpix Skywalker-2 – Patchwork
Thanks so much for Listening Needless to say alot of people are getting into it after the Captiveworks Insanity and all the crap they put genpx through i found some use for my cw4k heheh However i want to get this working and i want to make it easy for everyone I am trying to get the Na people up to date with htpc media centers and get rid of those stupid little Stb boxes To get your channels mapped to sid, I wrote a patch that will do that — check the ‘features’ under developer section and search for it, or I can always send it to you.
I am using Ubuntu With further work on this I’ve determined there are more service types that are not being recognized – so far I’ve foundand in use.
Yeah I know I know shame on me Linjx am going to patch away and hopefully everything will turn out right I am using ubuntu precise Could i have a permission wrong and that is why it is not reading the muxes???? My Problem is it finds the muxes no problem.
It will not Pick up the channel name or channel I have entered a few manually no problem But I really do not wish to enter them one by one Works Great it places the services which are channels in which i have tested no problems there.
Its a matter of just the automatic mapping the services to channels.
[linux-dvb] gp8psk-dvbs2-091506 (genpix-usb kernel module patch)
I wrote the mux to disk so i could look at it. Or can you watch from a webbrowser by clicking on Play?
I think you can only add channels after all muxes have had the initial scan so this should be zero. Using Legacy Lnb’s with a Dp34 switch I’m looking further into it and have asked around a bit for more information on the sdt differences on Dish since it has been dealt with, with other software.
[media] gp8psk: Add support for the Genpix Skywalker-2 [Linux ] – Linux Kernels
I added your stype to it as well so with it you should be good to go. Anyways Thanks a bunch Bro I appreciate it This thing would rock Ok in mediaportal when you are scanning if you have the scan time turned down low it will give you unknown channels Thanks for you time Mondo.
Hello all, Well I bit the bullet and wanted to try tvheadend in linux since i have mediaportal in windows working properly.
Needless to say when you are mapping something like channels it gets a little Insane to say the least. So anyways Installed Tvheadend.