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Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG

Added by Rob be over 1 year ago

Hi everybody,

i have my Raspberry Pi 3 with HTS Tvheadend 4.2.8-27~g5c1b37b50.

I use in my Windows 10, DVBViewer with SAT>IP in TVheadend.

The issue is when i reboot Raspberry, same config, doesn't works, so needed to play with SAT>IP port, change port without sense, and with lucky, i can see one more time in my dvbivewer.

How can i solve it? How can i give you a logger to find out?

And how i transfer EPG from tvheadend to dvbviewer ?

Thanks for the support.


Replies (12)

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by saen acro over 1 year ago

with port is set to stream SAT>ip 554 or other?
Why not use KODI?

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by Rob be over 1 year ago

in first, thanks to reply.

I use dvbviewer and not kodi because kodi ismore invasive than dvbviewer that have a little window and small.

I set 554, and 9981 9983. now works, with 554. before reboot worked with 9981...

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by saen acro over 1 year ago

netstat -lpn |grep portnumber

to see if some proces not using port

Kodi have better functionality then sat>ip at all
window resize is possible also

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by Rob be over 1 year ago

[email protected]:~ $ netstat -lpn |grep 9981
(Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info
will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.)
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:9981 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN -
[email protected]:~ $ netstat -lpn |grep 554
(Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info
will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.)
tcp 0 0 192.168.178.20:5544 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN -
[email protected]:~ $ netstat -lpn |grep 9982
(Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info
will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.)
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:9982 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN -
[email protected]:~ $ netstat -lpn |grep 9981
(Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info
will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.)
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:9981 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN -
[email protected]:~ $ netstat -lpn |grep 9983
(Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info
will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.)
[email protected]:~ $

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by saen acro over 1 year ago

Read carefully, what command want from you.

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by Rob be over 1 year ago

2019-06-29 00:40:12.717 satips: RTSP port 554 specified but no root perms, using 9983
2019-06-29 00:40:12.717 satips: Starting SAT>IP RTSP server 192.168.178.20:9983
2019-06-29 00:40:12.717 satips: SAT>IP Server reinitialized
2019-06-29 00:40:12.717 satips: HTTP 192.168.178.20:9981, RTSP 192.168.178.20:9983
2019-06-29 00:40:12.717 satips: descramble 1, muxcnf 0
2019-06-29 00:40:12.717 satips: tuner[fe=1]: DVB-T #1

debug from tvheadend.

i reboot raspberry, now i don't know how to see on dvbviewer :(

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by saen acro over 1 year ago

Have you used root account in you test's any time?

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by Rob be over 1 year ago

i set up root user in etc/default/tvheadend. ( "" in config file to setup root user )

But no luck when reboot, to get access in webUI, with my credential.

No i come back to "hts" user, default value in tvheadend config

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by g gebruikerh over 1 year ago

Did you add 1 in SAT>IP source number? At DVB Inputs ->Networks? I had the same problem until I read somewhere that the 1 needs to be filled in.

Maybe other question does the descrambling works for you? Just curious as I have huge problem with it.

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by Rob be over 1 year ago

Did you add 1 in SAT>IP source number? At DVB Inputs ->Networks?

Of course i set up 1, on it.

But for me works, but when i reboot raspberry, doesn't works anymore, so needed to play to change port, on tvheadend and of course on dvbiewer, to see tv again.... too frustrating

Maybe other question does the descrambling works for you? Just curious as I have huge problem with it.

I see only free channel

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by g gebruikerh over 1 year ago

Sorry to hear that, than I don't know the solution.

RE: Raspberry and DVBViewer, lost connection SAT>IP and EPG - Added by Rob be over 1 year ago

i reboot my RPI, and doesn't works sat ip again

here there are logs, maybe someone can help me.

Port before reboot was 5544. Then i reboot and boom, no luck for me.

So i change to 554, and again to 5544, so works one more time, but i want that works automatically.

Thanks for everyone and for reading.

2019-07-09 18:39:14.398 satips: RTSP port 554 specified but no root perms, using 9983
2019-07-09 18:39:14.398 satips: use --satip_bindaddr parameter to select the local IP for SAT>IP
2019-07-09 18:39:14.398 satips: using Google lookup (might block the task until timeout)
2019-07-09 18:39:14.431 satips: Starting SAT>IP RTSP server 192.168.178.20:9983
2019-07-09 18:39:14.431 satips: SAT>IP Server reinitialized
2019-07-09 18:39:14.431 satips:   HTTP 192.168.178.20:9981, RTSP 192.168.178.20:9983
2019-07-09 18:39:14.431 satips:   descramble 1, muxcnf 0
2019-07-09 18:39:14.436 satips:   tuner[fe=1]: DVB-T #1
2019-07-09 18:39:17.502 satips: Starting SAT>IP RTSP server 192.168.178.20:5544
2019-07-09 18:39:17.502 satips: SAT>IP Server reinitialized
2019-07-09 18:39:17.502 satips:   HTTP 192.168.178.20:9981, RTSP 192.168.178.20:5544
2019-07-09 18:39:17.502 satips:   descramble 1, muxcnf 0
2019-07-09 18:39:17.502 satips:   tuner[fe=1]: DVB-T #1
2019-07-09 18:39:18.622 subscription: 0003: "epggrab" unsubscribing
2019-07-09 18:39:19.601 mpegts: 698MHz in DVB-T Network - tuning on DiBcom 7000PC #0 : DVB-T #0
2019-07-09 18:39:19.601 subscription: 0005: "epggrab" subscribing to mux "698MHz", weight: 4, adapter: "DiBcom 7000PC #0 : DVB-T #0", network: "DVB-T Network", service: "Raw PID Subscription" 
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