Mark Clarkstone

  • Registered on: 2012-09-07
  • Last connection: 2017-01-17

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  • Tvheadend (Wiki Editor, Issue Triage, 2014-03-06)

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Reported issues: 65

2017-01-17

20:01 Tvheadend General: RE: DVB-C Cable Setup
Skrill Uxxx wrote:
> I managed to get the command to run by spamming it 20 times till it ran..
>
> It created a *...
15:38 Tvheadend General: RE: DVB-C Cable Setup
Skrill Uxxx wrote:
> Hmm nope exact same output, all the values are correct for my area..
Have you tried entering...
15:28 Tvheadend General: RE: DVB-C Cable Setup
Skrill Uxxx wrote:
> Thanks I found a example file for dvb-c from here https://github.com/oliv3r/dtv-scan-tables
> ...
15:20 Tvheadend General: RE: Advice for a Linux novice.
A L wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I am currently looking into moving away from Windows and am looking to build a new linux-...
14:57 Tvheadend General: RE: DVB-C Cable Setup
Use dvbv5-scan & dvbv5-zap.
14:35 Tvheadend XBMC as frontend: RE: Won't scan for muxes
M J wrote:
> The tuners are enabled and have networks, but the mixes don't even exist, so they can't be valid. No fe...
13:06 Tvheadend General: RE: TVHeadend Raspberry Pi and Transcoding
Antonio S wrote:
> So, here I am :)
> Lukely the current transcoding architecture, should make the modification for...
13:03 Tvheadend General: RE: DVB-C Cable Setup
It basically means that no active mux was found. From what I've read from a quick google, virgin use a number of freq...
12:06 Tvheadend Feature #4185 (Rejected): Internal XMLTV: Hungary/Romania
I'm not sure why this feature request has been opened, Tvheadend has no control over XMLTV grabbers.
11:59 Tvheadend XBMC as frontend: RE: Won't scan for muxes
1) Make sure tuners are enabled & have a network.
2) Check that the muxes are valid, avoid using the pre-defined mux...

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