Re: [vdr] Tuner switch when timer starts recording

2009-11-23 Thread Falk Spitzberg
Am Sonntag, den 22.11.2009, 13:34 +0100 schrieb Klaus Schmidinger: On 18.11.2009 08:40, Falk Spitzberg wrote: Hello, With VDR 1.7.9 i often notice that VDR switches the live TV to a different receiver card, when a timer starts recording, although the second card is available. This

Re: [vdr] Odd filesystem errors

2009-11-23 Thread HighlyCaffeinated
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 14:20:56 +0100 From: Peter Evertz l...@pec.homeip.net Subject: Re: [vdr] Odd filesystem errors To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Message-ID: 4b093ab8.4000...@pec.homeip.net Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Klaus Schmidinger schrieb: On

Re: [vdr] Odd filesystem errors

2009-11-23 Thread Theunis Potgieter
2009/11/23 HighlyCaffeinated javatod...@yahoo.com: Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 14:20:56 +0100 From: Peter Evertz l...@pec.homeip.net Subject: Re: [vdr] Odd filesystem errors To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Message-ID: 4b093ab8.4000...@pec.homeip.net Content-Type: text/plain;

[vdr] Odd filesystem errors (Theunis Potgieter)

2009-11-23 Thread HighlyCaffeinated
what does this return ? find /video0 Enough output that I instead chose to `find /video0 found` to more easily look through it. Careful inspection reveals those directories are not shown and find produces no errors in the process. shrugs -Todd

Re: [vdr] VDR 1.7.9 fails to record one channel

2009-11-23 Thread Jouni Karvo
Jouni Karvo kirjoitti: hi, I have the following problem: When live viewing with 1.7.9 and vdr-xine 0.9.3, this channel (in cable) is shown properly: TV7;HTV:386:M128:C:6900:800+802=2:801=fin:0:0:61500:42249:16:0 vdr-1.7.10 seems to fix this. Thanks! yours, Jouni

[vdr] Dynamic PIDs

2009-11-23 Thread Jouni Karvo
hi, is there somewhere a patch that would remove the break when the broadcaster uses dynamic pids (such as YLE). Now, when a programme starts at YLE, they change the Audio PID number, leading to VDR re-tuning or something, that leads to a 1-2s break in the show. There is no change in frequency,

Re: [vdr] Dynamic PIDs

2009-11-23 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
On 23.11.2009 18:36, Jouni Karvo wrote: hi, is there somewhere a patch that would remove the break when the broadcaster uses dynamic pids (such as YLE). Now, when a programme starts at YLE, they change the Audio PID number, leading to VDR re-tuning or something, that leads to a 1-2s break

Re: [vdr] Odd filesystem errors (Theunis Potgieter)

2009-11-23 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
On 23.11.2009 17:38, HighlyCaffeinated wrote: what does this return ? find /video0 Enough output that I instead chose to `find /video0 found` to more easily look through it. Careful inspection reveals those directories are not shown and find produces no errors in the process. This

[vdr] Odd filesystem errors (Theunis Potgieter)

2009-11-23 Thread HighlyCaffeinated
On 23.11.2009 17:38, HighlyCaffeinated wrote: what does this return ? find /video0 Enough output that I instead chose to `find /video0 found` to more easily look through it. Careful inspection reveals those directories are not shown and find produces

Re: [vdr] Dynamic PIDs

2009-11-23 Thread Rolf Ahrenberg
On Mon, 23 Nov 2009, Jouni Karvo wrote: is there somewhere a patch that would remove the break when the broadcaster uses dynamic pids (such as YLE). Now, when a programme starts at YLE, they change the Audio PID number, leading to VDR re-tuning or something, that leads to a 1-2s break in the

Re: [vdr] Odd filesystem errors (Theunis Potgieter)

2009-11-23 Thread VDR User
On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 10:17 AM, HighlyCaffeinated javatod...@yahoo.com wrote: I have. e2fsck ran against the (unmounted) volume and found no errors. I've never experienced something like this before and to be honest would not believe it if I hadn't seen it. I have successfully copied the