Hiro Protagonist

  • Registered on: 2014-01-08
  • Last connection: 2023-01-24




20:34 Tvheadend General: RE: TVHeadend losing access to recordings after reboot
Ron L wrote:
> it works better to create a mount for them in /etc/fstab.
This is the way.
Hiro Protagonist


21:22 Tvheadend General: RE: Problem with post-processing scripts
White space within paths can be tricky.
Try creating a script that does what you want when executed manually, then e...
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21:18 Tvheadend General: RE: ffmpeg pipe not working
I'm puzzled why your log shows '/TCM' appended to your pipe: entries.
Do you get a valid mux entry from your confi...
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23:09 Tvheadend Tutorial and setups: RE: Connect remotly to TVHeadend server that uses VPN.
I'm assuming you are port forwarding from your router to port 9981 on your TVH machine?
This script allows traffic...
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22:07 Tvheadend General: RE: Can't log in from web OSMC installation
Have you tried user osmc passwd osmc ? Hiro Protagonist


01:35 Tvheadend General: RE: Tvheadend bandwidth question - flow of data?
Data will flow:
Recording - Tuner -> TVH -> NAS
Streaming - Tuner -> TVH > Kodi
Playing recording - NAS -> TVH -...
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22:43 Tvheadend Tutorial and setups: RE: Remote Viewing
If you don't want to VPN then you have two options:
1) Add port forwarding to your home router to connect to ports...
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22:19 Tvheadend Tutorial and setups: RE: Change name device name IPTV#1 ?
It would be helpful to know what exactly your are trying to do.
It looks like you might be wanting to edit a .m3u ...
Hiro Protagonist
22:17 Tvheadend General: RE: Edit a (m3u) network's muxes to pipe them?
Yes, you have to do it manually.
It should be simple enough to script something to make the job easier.
Hiro Protagonist


23:54 Tvheadend General: RE: MUX fail to find channels
The muxes image you posted clearly shows unmapped services, and a lot more than 37 services, so I really don't know w... Hiro Protagonist

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