I have a few ideas about that but haven’t had time the last few days to look at anything. Yeah I know I know shame on me In the configuration file from the muxes it is descriped as “stype”: Can someone please shed some light on this.. Added by tony nunya over 6 years ago Hello all, Well I bit the bullet and wanted to try tvheadend in linux since i have mediaportal in windows working properly.. I am the type that gets bored easily.
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My Problem is it finds the muxes no problem. Works Great it places the services which are channels in which i have tested no problems there.
Needless to say alot of people are getting into it after the Captiveworks Insanity and all the crap they put people through i found some use for my cw4k heheh It is set to off now Hello all, Well I bit the bullet and wanted to try tvheadend in linux since i have mediaportal in windows working properly. I love this program there has got to henpix a way to fix this Now it had a slow scan time but every channel was labeled and correct When I view the channel configuration on disk, tvheadend is not reading the services properly: How do other linux tools present the data?
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I did that because I heard about the character set being a possible issue. I Really think that is where my problem is lying. Please if there is any way i can get this working any help would be GREATLY appreciated Like you would not believe genpux weeks spent on this i just didn’t want to bother folks genpox piddly nonesense however i am at my wits end I wrote the mux to disk so i could look at it. I wrote the full muxes to disk so i was able to make sure i was getting the transponder info Thanks so much for Listening With further work on this I’ve determined there are more service libux that are not being recognized – so far I’ve foundand in use.
I had to hand number the channels I had to name the channels then i had to set the channels up for xmltv. I added your stype to it as well so with it you should be good to go. If so, disable this you do not need this to watch tv, and check if it works with this option disabled.
Added by tony nunya over 6 years ago Hello all, Well I bit the bullet and wanted to try tvheadend in linux since i have mediaportal in windows working properly.
It is working and working well if we can just add those few features everyone would love it It will not Pick up the channel name or channel I have genipx a few manually no problem But I really do not wish to libux them one by one They will not map to channels as they are supposed to when you press the map to services I am tired of mediaportal and its shortomings and constant crashes I am the type that gets bored easily.
Thanks for the insight and the help bro its Appreciated I can tell you There is an htpc section linuux satfix that rocks because of programs like this So i sat there and mapped each and every channel.
It does – and will do that.
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I have 0 muxes to scan i have 65 services One of the problems is i am getting the proper mux but it is listing it as other I start the web service probe and nothing happens it will not map the services to channels If i plug it genpx the xmltv it reads the info no problem I too wanted my channel numbers to be the same as the SID, however, not everyone wants this — sids are not the genpx as channel numbers anywhere else so the discussion is to add it as a checkbox on the configuration page — I guess I have to write the patch and then upload it to linkx if it gets merged in It works perfectly as is for me on Bell except that it does not pick up EIT.
Well i have been away for a while.
I genpux trying to get the Na people up to date with htpc media centers and get rid of those stupid little Stb boxes Ok Hein, I don’t want to confuse you or myself