Re: [vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-07-01 Thread Stone
On 7/1/07, VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unfortunately I don't have a patch to vdr to handle this but it's better then having to install X and all the other unnecessary packages... You can compile and use v4l2-ctl from the current mercurial v4l drivers located in the v4l-dvb/v4l2-apps/util

Re: [vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-07-01 Thread Stone
On 7/1/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 7/1/07, VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unfortunately I don't have a patch to vdr to handle this but it's better then having to install X and all the other unnecessary packages... You can compile and use v4l2-ctl from the current mercurial

Re: [vdr] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Steffen Barszus
Georg Acher schrieb [ ... snip ... ] Well, you don't have to buy the card if you would wake up in cold sweat every once in a while because of the small binary-only part in the kernel. But IMO you can wait until the end of time for a full open source HDTV card with HDMI output. If you have the

Re: [vdr] Strange CPU usage cycling after user inactivity

2007-07-01 Thread Udo Richter
Brendon Higgins wrote: Jun 30 21:12:55 phi vdr: [3452] frontend 0 timed out while tuning to channel 0, tp 536 I'm a bit confused that it's trying to access channel 0, since AFAICT there is *no* channel 0. 'Channel 0' is usually the scan for new channels on currently unused transponders.

Re: [vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-07-01 Thread Reinhard Nissl
Hi, Oliver Endriss wrote: Are there any FTA NTSC transmissions on Astra 19.2° or Eutelsat 13°? I'd like to do some tests... Pentagon Channel:11095:hC34:S13.0E:28000:810:800,802,804:0:0:8:6:301:0 Bye. -- Dipl.-Inform. (FH) Reinhard Nissl mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

[vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Clemens Kirchgatterer
Georg Acher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From a technical view this is right, but with just a component output you can't sell a HDTV decoder card nowadays. And HDMI is not only about encryption but also contains audio encapsulation. And that is an argument for HDMI vs. DVI... true. HDCP on a

Re: [vdr] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Georg Acher
On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 11:34:14AM +0200, Steffen Barszus wrote: Another thing: Will it have a proper framebuffer ? I mean the main problem of the current FF cards is that you can't do a lot of things because of the very limited OSD. ScumVM etc pp would be a really nice thing. The OSD

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Georg Acher
On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 12:33:39PM +0200, Clemens Kirchgatterer wrote: because that means they get an stable and well performing OS at zero cost for their embedded designes what makes these chips sell better. So what? Wasn't it idea of free Software to get it without paying for it?

[vdr] Buffer overflow in initializing character table

2007-07-01 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
Marco Schlüßler has sent me the attached patch that fixes a buffer overflow in initializing VDR's character table. Since I'll be away from home for another two weeks and this might be a problem for others, too, I'm posting it here before the next official developer version. Klaus diff -bur

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Georg Acher
On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 02:33:21PM +0100, Darren Salt wrote: That doesn't matter. It's still Linux-based and you still need to release the modified sources (I'd say enough to allow the building of a complete filesystem image for the device). To make it clear: This whole argument is *ONLY*

Re: [vdr] Problem with multiple audio channels and DVB subtitles in recordings (YLE Teema)

2007-07-01 Thread Rolf Ahrenberg
On Sat, 30 Jun 2007, JJussi wrote: So, is there real solution to this missing subtitles at recorded program problem? The vdr-1.5.2-spids patch? It enables VDR's core to handle subtitling pids internally and remuxes them into recordings as subtitles patch does for backwards compatibility.

Re: [vdr] vdr-1.5.5: red/green/yellow/blue doesn't work anymore

2007-07-01 Thread Stefan Taferner
On Saturday 30 June 2007 23:21:29 Torgeir Veimo wrote: I just upgraded to vdr 1.5.5 and now the colour buttons on the remote doesn't work anymore when there's no OSD. If I press the menu button first they work. Is there a new setting that can have this effect? Hmm, my keymacros.conf for the

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Darren Salt
I demand that Georg Acher may or may not have written... On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 02:33:21PM +0100, Darren Salt wrote: That doesn't matter. It's still Linux-based and you still need to release the modified sources (I'd say enough to allow the building of a complete filesystem image for the

Re: [vdr] vdr-1.5.5: red/green/yellow/blue doesn't work anymore

2007-07-01 Thread Torgeir Veimo
On 1 Jul 2007, at 15:54, Stefan Taferner wrote: On Saturday 30 June 2007 23:21:29 Torgeir Veimo wrote: I just upgraded to vdr 1.5.5 and now the colour buttons on the remote doesn't work anymore when there's no OSD. If I press the menu button first they work. Is there a new setting that can

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Georg Acher
On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 03:55:04PM +0100, Darren Salt wrote: I demand that Georg Acher may or may not have written... On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 02:33:21PM +0100, Darren Salt wrote: That doesn't matter. It's still Linux-based and you still need to release the modified sources (I'd say enough

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Clemens Kirchgatterer
Georg Acher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: No, it's not. Free is free, you can't make differences between hardware vendors using Linux as a basis for their HW and SW vendors using Linux as an OS for their SW. And that's exactly the intention of your wording (zero cost). strange interpretation of

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Georg Acher
On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 06:47:18PM +0200, Clemens Kirchgatterer wrote: or better or whatever. cool, no problem. what? you signed a NDA that does not allow you distribute the os in the first place? your bad. Once again, and now in capitals. IT'S ONLY THE HDMI DRIVER. THE REST OF THE KERNEL IS

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Matthias Schniedermeyer
On 01.07.2007 19:40, Georg Acher wrote: On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 06:47:18PM +0200, Clemens Kirchgatterer wrote: or better or whatever. cool, no problem. what? you signed a NDA that does not allow you distribute the os in the first place? your bad. Once again, and now in capitals. IT'S

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Georg Acher
On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 08:43:04PM +0200, Matthias Schniedermeyer wrote: If only the hardware vendors where as united as the movie-industry. HDCP was invented by Intel, Silicon Image holds a lot of patents on DVI and HDMI. As long as they can sell chips and licenses, they don't care about the

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Darren Salt
I demand that Georg Acher may or may not have written... [snip] And quite frankly, the dumb consumer doesn't care about HDCP and its implications. Compared to DRM on music, HDCP is invisible to him, he has no visible disadvantage. That's as may be... however, it does seem to be ignoring those

Re: [vdr] OT: issues about binary only code in GPLed programs [WAS] future VDR and Net??eiver OEM from Reelmultimedia

2007-07-01 Thread Matthias Schniedermeyer
On 01.07.2007 21:10, Georg Acher wrote: On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 08:43:04PM +0200, Matthias Schniedermeyer wrote: If only the hardware vendors where as united as the movie-industry. HDCP was invented by Intel, Silicon Image holds a lot of patents on DVI and HDMI. As long as they can sell

Re: [vdr] Problem with multiple audio channels and DVB subtitles in recordings (YLE Teema)

2007-07-01 Thread Andrew Herron
ok. Thanks for clarifying that. On 7/1/07, Rolf Ahrenberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, 1 Jul 2007, Andrew Herron wrote: Sorry to jump in here... so does the vdr-1.5.2-spids patch mean that the subtitles patch plugin are no longer needed? No, the subtitles patch and plugin are still