[vdr] Is the remote control of a WinTV Nova-T PCI able to power on the computer

2007-06-08 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi all, The subject says it all. Since the PCI card has an always-lit LED on it, I wondered if the IR receiver was also powered and could turn on the computer, using the green power button on the remote. Since it's not working for me, are there any BIOS settings to allow that ? TIA, -- NH

Re: [vdr] Mid range CPU choice

2007-08-21 Thread Nicolas Huillard
covert covert a écrit : My question is what CPU should I chose for good noise reducing , heat reducing solutions. The most efficient CPU are still the VIA ones... Low power, very low heat, very low noise. There are lots of EPIA mobos (Mini-ITX for factor) with fanless CPUs around. With these,

Re: [vdr] Mid range CPU choice

2007-09-03 Thread Nicolas Huillard
, EPIA EK-8000) -- Nicolas Huillard [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fixe : +33 1 39 27 06 10 Mobile : +33 6 50 27 69 08 ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Re: [vdr] Mid range CPU choice

2007-09-05 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Simon Baxter a écrit : Simon Baxter a écrit : I'd like to go fanless and cool. What I like about the shuttle is it's size. The 1x PCI is fine, as is the VIA unichrome VGA s-video out. Any ideas on a small compact fanless (DEAD quiet) case motherboard?? * mobo : compact + fanless = VIA

Re: [vdr] vdr-xine and SP8000E fast enough?

2007-09-14 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Torgeir Veimo a écrit : I'm building up a fanless VDR client, and am looking at the VIA EPIA SP8000E with tv-out. Is this 800Mhz processor with MPEG2/4 accelerator fast enough for the vdr-xine plugin? What kind of CPU % can I expect? With my Shuttle AMD 2.2G and unichrome accelerator,

Re: [vdr] Best Diskless capable distribution ?

2007-12-02 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Stefan Hußfeldt a écrit : Juergen Sauer schrieb: So, which remote boot capaple distri do you use ? Which is best to choose ? I'm using debian (server, diskless client) with e-tobis VDR repository.Don't know, if it's the best... http://www.vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=40936

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] improved LIRC remote for VDR-1.5.12

2008-01-10 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Reinhard Nissl a écrit : Dominique Matz schrieb: sound very good, but vdr as root do not :-( do you think it is possible to use this or something else with an non root user? Well, only the LIRC_PRIORITYBOOST option requires root privileges to work. If you don't have root privileges,

Re: [vdr] Straw poll: stable version 1.6.0 now?

2008-02-04 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : Should there be a stable version 1.6.0 now, based on what's in version 1.5.14, but without DVB-S2 or even H.264 support? Yes or No? 1) a stable release shouldn't stop the current development for a long time, thus shouldn't delay the S2/H264 and other neat

Re: [vdr] HD-TV hardware decoding on motherboard instead of waiting for FF DVB-S2 card

2008-02-06 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Ondrej Wisniewski a écrit : With VDR getting ready for HD-TV it seems that today the MPEG4 decoding can only be done on a high end processor or an external decoder card. Many people are still waiting for a FF DVB-S2 card but it doesn't look very promising at the moment. So I was

Re: [vdr] HD PCIe boards

2008-04-14 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Igor a écrit : It seams the first hardware capable of MPEG 2 and H.264 encoding and decoding at 1080p full HD resolution, will be from Toshiba, look here: http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2008/04/08/tosh_samples_spursengine/ It says it does H264 decoding and *encoding* ? IMHO that means

[vdr] e-tobi Debian VDR-Repository and lenny

2008-11-22 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi, I'm currently upgrading most of my VDR systems (going to diskless NFS clients), using preferably prebuilt packages (so much easier to maintain than custom patched ones ;-). I was wondering what was the plan regarding the upcoming Debian lenny in e-tobi repo ? There are some packages I'd

[vdr] xineliboutput sxfe / xxmc / via / EPIA ML6000 : great !

2008-11-22 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi all, I'd like to report that I'm really impressed by the new setup I now have. The most problematic thing was proper transparent OSD which would not eat much CPU. I must tell that the xxmc (XVMC-VLD) decoding is nearly perfect, the OSD is fully transparent on this, and does not take any

[vdr] xineliboutput crashes when closing the xineliboutput/video menu

2008-11-22 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi, This is the most annoying bug : after some time tweaking the video output (which works), the video submenu just crashes VDR upon closing (with back, menu or ok keys). No matter that I change setting or not : closing will crash. The current video setup is : xineliboutput.Video.AspectRatio =

Re: [vdr] xineliboutput sxfe / xxmc / via / EPIA ML6000 : great !

2008-11-23 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Torgeir Veimo a écrit : On 22 Nov 2008, at 21:04, Nicolas Huillard wrote: I must tell that the xxmc (XVMC-VLD) decoding is nearly perfect, the OSD is fully transparent on this, and does not take any CPU at all, and the system is on par with softdevice. What cpu usage did you get when

Re: [vdr] xineliboutput sxfe / xxmc / via / EPIA ML6000 : great !

2008-11-24 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Torgeir Veimo a écrit : On 24 Nov 2008, at 19:37, Nicolas Huillard wrote: Blah, only one PCI slot. Where are proper low-power MB's with 2 or more PCI slots for DVB-cards? And how much does the server (NFS, DVB- card(s)) use power? No use of PCI in the client. Do you put the DVB

Re: [vdr] xineliboutput sxfe / xxmc / via / EPIA ML6000 : great !

2008-11-24 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Mika Laitio a écrit : What I have now tried to search for is a fast booting client for my old P700, that could boot automatically to X with dummy user and then launch the vdr-xineliboutput. The ideal would be that once bios checks have been done, rest of the boot would for getting X and

Re: [vdr] xineliboutput crashes when closing the xineliboutput/videomenu

2008-11-24 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Darren Salt a écrit : I demand that Nicolas Huillard may or may not have written... [snip] vdr 1.6.0 xineliboutput 1.0.3 xine 1.1.2 Maybe you should upgrade to 1.1.15. :-) all Debian etch + e-tobi repository Well... I think I'll have a step at 1.1.14, when e-tobi.net is ready

Re: [vdr] xineliboutput sxfe / xxmc / via / EPIA ML6000 : great !

2008-11-24 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Alex Betis a écrit : On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 3:24 PM, Nicolas Huillard [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote: From kernel first log line in the syslog server (I guess timestamps are when rcS.d/ scripts start to run, ie. does not include kernel load time + initrd), to LIRC accepting the VDR client

Re: [vdr] xineliboutput sxfe / xxmc / via / EPIA ML6000 : great !

2008-11-25 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Frank Schmirler a écrit : On Mon, 24 Nov 2008 21:41:54 +0100, Nicolas Huillard wrote This also works around an annoying bug in the (non-upgraded) EPIA BIOS: the PXE LAN boot does not always initialize the network interface after a shutdown. One have to unplug power to boot correctly next

Re: [vdr] xineliboutput sxfe / xxmc / via / EPIA ML6000 : great !

2008-11-25 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Frank Schmirler a écrit : On Tue, 25 Nov 2008 14:39:19 +0100, Nicolas Huillard wrote I'd try to insert it on the PXE kernel command-line, but it's explicitely ignored by the kernel : ml6000 kernel: Unknown boot option `via_rhine.avoid_D3=1': ignoring ...or implicitely, when I just add

[vdr] [OT] Connecting a TSOP 1838 IR receiver to a SIR (IrDA) motherboard connector (ML6000)

2008-12-06 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi, I can't find anything useful on Google, except for this (I can't understand) : http://forum.moddingplanet.it/archive/index.php?t-23650-p-2.html (search for IRRX of IRTX, at the bottom of the page). Basically, the question is : can I connect a standard customer IR receiver chip (like a TSOP

Re: [vdr] VDR with S2API (update)

2008-12-11 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Karl Glatz a écrit : Of couse you can, either with xineliboutput, xine-vdr or softdevice. But the disadvantages are clear: Modern GPUs support more than the OSD provided by VDR (even older gpus do that). So none of these Output-Plugins will face the real problem: The OSD is (mostly) limited

Re: [vdr] VDR with S2API (update)

2008-12-12 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Jörg Knitter a écrit : Klaus Schmidinger wrote: Well, tell that to people writing plugins for such output devices. I don't see where *I* would be involved there?! Are there enough interfaces to be able to read the and control the OSD for including them seamlessly it into a different

Re: [vdr] XBMC + VDR 1.7.0

2008-12-12 Thread Nicolas Huillard
BoNuZZZ a écrit : Can I start vdr and xineliboutput separately? For example, vdr starts when computer is on, so it works always. But xinelibout is starting when I close xbmc. Yes. You run the plugin in VDR, with no local front-end. You then launch vdr-sxfe (X) or vdr-fbfe (DirectFB) front-end

Re: [vdr] VDR with S2API (update)

2008-12-12 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Udo Richter a écrit : On 12.12.2008 18:06, VDR User wrote: I can say I've seen many people move away from VDR because it doesn't provide a good solution to this. After years of using standalone VDR boxes, I too would love if we had the option to use a networked VDR with each client being

Re: [vdr] ~/.xine/config_xineliboutput load/save and name changes

2008-12-18 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Rolf Ahrenberg a écrit : On Mon, 15 Dec 2008, Nicolas Huillard wrote: Is there a way to tell xineliboutput which file to use ? Like adding a command-line param --config=~/.xine/config_xineliboutput.$(hostname) The attached patch should implement this - no guarantees. I hope I'll be able

Re: [vdr] Which extension for TS files?

2009-01-04 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : Up to now VDR has used names like 001.vdr for its recording files. While moving to Transport Stream as the recording format, I need to use a different file name extension, and so was wondering which one to use. My first idea was *.ts, for Transport Stream, but when

Re: [vdr] Which extension for TS files?

2009-01-04 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : On 04.01.2009 19:21, Nicolas Huillard wrote: file name was used as an extension). See: index.vdr info.vdr marks.vdr resume.vdr Maybe you will find an opportunity to improve this at the same time... Well, how about leaving the .vdr part

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 1.7.3

2009-01-07 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : If you're using the same compiler as I do, I don't see why such a typecast is necessary on your side, while on my side it compiles just fine. Are you using any different compiler options than me? Didn't I read x86_64 for Mika, when you may use x86_32, Klaus ? --

Re: [vdr] WinTV USB CI-Module and recommended distribution for VDR?

2009-01-08 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Sascha Vogt a écrit : And the second question is about the preferred distribution to use VDR with. Are there any distributions optimized for VDR and fast boot times? (Yes I know [1], but that didn't help me with choosing one optimized for short boot times.) LinVDR seemed to be such, but the

Re: [vdr] WinTV USB CI-Module and recommended distribution for VDR?

2009-01-08 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Sascha Vogt a écrit : Nicolas Huillard schrieb: Sascha Vogt a écrit : And the second question is about the preferred distribution to use VDR with. Are there any distributions optimized for VDR and fast boot times? I started with a bare-minimum Debian/e-tobi install (with debootstrap

Re: [vdr] Roadmap for VDR 1.8

2009-01-10 Thread Nicolas Huillard
user.vdr a écrit : On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 11:27 AM, Artem Makhutov ar...@makhutov.org wrote: What points have to be done to finish 1.7.x and to get to 1.8.0. In the years I've been using VDR, there has always been many development versions before Klaus has released a new stable so based on

[vdr] Any reason the remotetimers plugin is not part of e-tobi.net ?

2009-01-12 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi, Any reason the remotetimers [1] plugin is not part of e-tobi.net [2] ? Is there an alternative, other than using the remoteosd plugin (that I'm already using, but have a low WAF). [1] http://vdr.schmirler.de/ [2] http://www.e-tobi.net/repositories/repositories.html -- NH

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 1.7.3

2009-01-12 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : On 08.01.2009 18:50, user.vdr wrote: On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 7:06 AM, Klaus Schmidinger klaus.schmidin...@cadsoft.de wrote: + The directory name for a recording has been changed from -MM-DD-hh[.:]mm.pr.lt.rec (pr=priority, lt=lifetime) to

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 1.7.3

2009-01-12 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : On 12.01.2009 13:41, Nicolas Huillard wrote: -MM-DD-hh.mm.ch-ri.rec does not solve the problem of multiple VDR instances recording the same show. This is a usual problem of multiple instances sharing a single /video dir. As we're talking about safety here, why

Re: [vdr] Minimal VDR install

2009-01-15 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Andrey Kuzmin a écrit : I usually start by installing the latest version of ubuntu on one computer and then duplicate that directory for every client. Completely diskless clients booting through PXE or iSCSI from single image or from dedicated images from server are also worth to

Re: [vdr] Serial IR receiver + wakeup from suspend

2009-01-17 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Ville Aakko a écrit : BTW there's also an english manual on the site. I can't find it anywhere. Only german pages and manuals... Do you have a link ? -- NH ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Re: [vdr] Options for deinterlacing (or not)

2009-01-21 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Thomas Hilber a écrit : On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 04:23:59PM +1000, Torgeir Veimo wrote: There's no english howto anywhere? sorry, not yet. Is the below rough summary correct ? What it currently is : * a patch set to DRM kernel modules, xine-lib and xineliboutput * that adds proper interlaced

Re: [vdr] VDR-1.7.7 Video aspect ratios

2009-05-04 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Rolf Ahrenberg a écrit : On Sun, 3 May 2009, Tomas Berglund wrote: Do you mean aspect ratio 2.21:1 ? +const char *VideoAspectString[] = { 4:3, +16:9, +2.21:9 + }; Besides of that

Re: [vdr] VDR-1.7.7 Video aspect ratios

2009-05-04 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Matthias Becker a écrit : and what about anamorphic material? A 16:9 SD broadcast in fact still is 4:3 but is streached by the TV to 16:9 to look ok (no egg-heads). Wouldn't it be correct also to draw the OSD anamorphic so that is not screached by the TV? Did you get the point? It's

Re: [vdr] Can I disable pause live tv altogher? (more and more OT)

2009-05-08 Thread Nicolas Huillard
VDR User a écrit : 512MB won't get you far with hdtv. It won't even get you 5 minutes worth. Needless to say, you'd need at least a few GB of dedicated ram to even bother with it. At least ram is cheap now as you've pointed out (especially if you take advantage of MIR's). After seeing how

Re: [vdr] Editing usability

2009-05-11 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Pasi Juppo a écrit : What's the difference today's functionality? Very small. Only this time user is shown more information and is provided help (a man page, if you like) in case of need. Many plug-ins would benefit from such a core help system. I never managed to learn the remote keys for

Re: [vdr] Can I disable pause live tv altogher?

2009-05-11 Thread Nicolas Huillard
marti...@embl.de a écrit : Now, as for the instant recording, how about it gets deleted when you zap t o another channel? ...or when there is no available tuner to continue the older instant-recording... I think about zapping, when you would like to keep the previous channel instant

[vdr] [OT] NVidia ION mini-ITX arriving

2009-05-12 Thread Nicolas Huillard
http://www.mini-itx.com/2009/05/04/zotac-ion-itx-atom-mini-itx-board-unboxing-and-salivating ...which means 1080p HD playback from an embedded Mini-ITX board with a fanless 1.6GHz processor whilst consuming 21W. The ION-ITX-A has its own DC converter onboard, and is supplied with a 90W AC

Re: [vdr] [OT] NVidia ION mini-ITX arriving

2009-05-16 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Magnus Hörlin a écrit : Well, my first imressions of the ION platform (Acer Revo) are very good. It does the vdpau deinterlacing without problems and so far the video decoding has not exceeded 1% cpu load for ANY 1080p clip I've tried. This is the best VDR frontend/XBMC machine I've ever

[vdr] Only 2 colors transparent OSD with xineliboutput on CLE266

2009-05-16 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi, I'm having OSD problems when upgrading. The OSD is normally transparent, using all 4 or 5 colors, on EPIA ML6000 / CLE266 graphics. When upgrading kernel + xine + xorg + a few other things, all colors except yellow are displayed as black, leaving a yellow + black + transparent OSD...

[vdr] [worked around] Only 2 colors transparent OSD with xineliboutput on CLE266

2009-05-16 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Nicolas Huillard a écrit : I'm having OSD problems when upgrading. The OSD is normally transparent, using all 4 or 5 colors, on EPIA ML6000 / CLE266 graphics. When upgrading kernel + xine + xorg + a few other things, all colors except yellow are displayed as black, leaving a yellow + black

[vdr] bob deinterlacing with xineliboutput on CLE266

2009-05-16 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Nicolas Huillard a écrit : Everything else seems to be OK (except xvmc_bob_deinterlacing, which seems to be replaced by one_field). Still can't find anyting related to this missing deinterlacing... No deinterlacer work at all (all display a single field, dividing the vertical resolution by 2

Re: [vdr] epgsearch as default EPG browser/guide?

2009-05-27 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Alex Betis a écrit : Is there a way to configure VDR show the epgsearch plugin as default guide? Currently I can access the plugin by pressing green button or from the menu. I'd like it to replace the default EPG browser when pressing guide button and another place (less important for me)

Re: [vdr] [OT] What about the VIA VX855?

2009-06-04 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Paul Menzel a écrit : there has been some talk about the new ION chipset from NVIDIA on this list [1]. Intel also published a board which is said to be very promising for SD (standard definition) material [2] (at least with the FRC (frame rate control) patches [3]. This boards seems cool, but

Re: [vdr] Any really working HD video output systems for VDR?

2009-06-05 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Gerald Dachs a écrit : VDR User schrieb: VDR + hdtv has been pretty stable for me for some time now. The few problems I ran into (with VDPAU) were quickly fixed by the xine-vdpau devs. I'm not the only one either, I know a bunch of guys doing the same. It's a highly discussed topic and I'm

Re: [vdr] New URL of the VDR homepage

2009-10-12 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le dimanche 11 octobre 2009 à 13:46 +0200, Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : The VDR homepage has moved to the new URL http://www.tvdr.de TVDR = TV Done Right Great ! Nothing could be more true. BTW : is your production instance still that old P5 / K6-2 / 80GB machine ? I use these P5 / K6-2

[vdr] e-tobi/Debian runvdr patch for USB modules

2010-01-05 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi, Here is a patch that loads/unloads USB modules in the runvdr script found in e-tobi and probably Debian packages. It works since 1 month here, with the Nova-TD-500 PCI card (with onboard USB), which uses dvb_usb and dvb_usb_dib0700. Happy new year to everyone ;-) -- NH ---

Re: [vdr] [OT] mini-PCIE with Broadcom Crystal HD Hardware Decoder (BCM970012) for HD playback with free drivers

2010-01-05 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le mardi 05 janvier 2010 à 00:14 +0300, Goga777 a écrit : I wish we could get away from xine. how ? does it possible at all ? softdevice uses ffmpeg with DirectFB, and works wonderfully (worked, in my case). Lack of X11 brings a lot of little improvements. In a pure STB setup, X11 is really

Re: [vdr] new support

2010-01-21 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le jeudi 21 janvier 2010 à 09:27 -0600, Rob Davis a écrit : More native support could be good.. However, I wonder what the advantage would be to having this over an internal pci dvb card or even a usb one? The pci card is surely cheaper, and the functionality is already there in VDR? It may

[vdr] channels.conf fr-Paris since analog switch-off

2011-03-09 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi all, For some reason (API/kernel mismatch or so), I can't manage to run a working DVB scan with either scan, dvbscan or w_scan, and VDR itself don't seem to catch the new transponders, whatever I do... Since this is a family urgency, I can't wait to upgrade everything needed in my VDR server

Re: [vdr] channels.conf fr-Paris since analog switch-off

2011-03-09 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le mercredi 09 mars 2011 à 21:24 +0100, Nicolas Huillard a écrit : For some reason (API/kernel mismatch or so), I can't manage to run a working DVB scan with either scan, dvbscan or w_scan, and VDR itself don't seem to catch the new transponders, whatever I do... Since this is a family urgency

[vdr] xineliboutput suspend + OSD HUD on SandyBridge

2011-10-15 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi, I have a new VDR+ server system, based on SandyBridge i3 CPU. This server is located under the TV set, thus mixes the server (always-on headless) + client (HD display) roles (previous setup was a Via EK8000 server + Via ML1 client which ended up on the same shelf + another still-used

Re: [vdr] Wanted VDR xineliboutput client

2011-10-16 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le dimanche 16 octobre 2011 à 14:02 +0300, JJussi a écrit : Any suggestions for small, powerful, quiet, FullHD VDR client? So, I search machine what would act as VDR-client, using xineliboutput with FullHD resolution and machine would have DVI or HDMI connection + optical audio. Of

Re: [vdr] Wanted VDR xineliboutput client

2011-10-17 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le lundi 17 octobre 2011 à 09:39 +0200, brian a écrit : Looks good. Any chance of underclocking, and getting it totally silent? cpufreq minimum frequency is 1.6GHz for this Core i3 2100 (1.6-3.1 GHz). I don't think one can underclock more than that. Maybe the BIOS can lower voltage, thus heat

Re: [vdr] Wanted VDR xineliboutput client

2011-10-31 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le vendredi 28 octobre 2011 à 11:24 +0100, Laz a écrit : I also suspect that I can run full vdr on the client to allow me to use some plugins on there?! Not looked into that yet. I suspect I can probably just use vdr-sxfe as a basic frontend, with lirc forwarding so I can hide the server

Re: [vdr] Launching vdr + xineliboutput at startup

2011-10-31 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le vendredi 28 octobre 2011 à 22:59 +0200, Damien Bally a écrit : I'm making some kind of embedded vdr distribution based on busybox and minimal X11, the problem is I have no idea of how I can launch vdr and xineliboutput at startup. What I recently did, based on Debian + e-tobi + minimal

Re: [vdr] sxfe and vsync

2011-12-24 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le jeudi 03 novembre 2011 à 20:57 +, Tony Houghton a écrit : On Thu, 03 Nov 2011 22:00:10 +0200 prelude prel...@kapsi.fi wrote: This maybe help: http://lowbyte.de/vga-sync-fields/vga-sync-fields/README No, that's so you can slightly adjust the rate at which the display is refreshed

[vdr] Raspberry Pi, satip, MLD

2015-10-25 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi all, I still have a problem with my new setup: * Raspberry Pi B (256MB system + 256MB video) * MLD 5.0.0 testing distribution (http://www.minidvblinux.de/) on a 4GB class 6 SD card, using VDR 2.2.0.203-207 * vdr-plugin-rpihddevice (from MLD 1:2015.08.24-37+2.2.0.203) * Octopus Net (firmware

Re: [vdr] Raspberry Pi, satip, MLD

2015-10-25 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le dimanche 25 octobre 2015 à 12:04 +0100, Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : > On 10/25/15 11:44, Nicolas Huillard wrote: > > Hi all, > > > > I still have a problem with my new setup: > > * Raspberry Pi B (256MB system + 256MB video) > > * MLD 5.0.0 testing distrib

Re: [vdr] Raspberry Pi, satip, MLD

2015-11-15 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le dimanche 25 octobre 2015 à 12:04 +0100, Klaus Schmidinger a écrit : > On 10/25/15 11:44, Nicolas Huillard wrote: > > Hi all, > > > > I still have a problem with my new setup: > > * Raspberry Pi B (256MB system + 256MB video) > > * MLD 5.0.0 testing distrib

[vdr] DVB-T2 device in France

2015-09-17 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hello all, My previous mail to this ML is apparently dated 2011 ;-) Everything was OK there since then... Except that my Hauppauge Nova-T-500 died recently, and my ancient PCI cards do not work in the 2013 server. I'm looking for advice for a new DVB-T2 device, which should : * have a good

Re: [vdr] DVB-T2 device in France

2015-09-28 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le lundi 28 septembre 2015 à 18:30 +0200, fnu a écrit : > ok, two points just for my couriousity. > > 1. Why don't you share channels.conf from your server as you do it with EPG > data? I did, but this channel.conf is very old, and lack some channels. I wanted to take the chance to update it.

Re: [vdr] DVB-T2 device in France

2015-09-28 Thread Nicolas Huillard
ve a 290e I use for DVB-T2 reception and it has worked really well > > for some time now. > > Shame you can't buy them anymore :-( > > > > On 19 September 2015 at 10:21, Jari Fredriksson <ja...@iki.fi> wrote: > > > > > On 17.9.2015 15:01, Nicolas Huilla

Re: [vdr] DVB-T2 device in France

2015-09-28 Thread Nicolas Huillard
> some time now. > Shame you can't buy them anymore :-( > > On 19 September 2015 at 10:21, Jari Fredriksson <ja...@iki.fi> wrote: > > > On 17.9.2015 15:01, Nicolas Huillard wrote: > > > >> Hello all, > >> > >> My previous mail to this

Re: [vdr] DVB-T2 device in France

2015-09-18 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le vendredi 18 septembre 2015 à 10:21 +0100, Morfsta a écrit : > On Thu, Sep 17, 2015 at 8:58 PM, Karim wrote: > > I use TBS6280 (dual tuner, pci-e) from Turbosight in dvb-t mode (no dvb-t2 > > signal here): good card, not expensive and great technical support. Newer > >

Re: [vdr] Media (.mkv) player on Raspberry Pi2 VDR client

2016-02-09 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le mardi 09 février 2016 à 11:35 +0100, Gerald Dachs a écrit : > Am 2016-02-09 10:43, schrieb Nicolas Huillard: > > Le mardi 09 février 2016 à 10:33 +0100, Gerald Dachs a écrit : > >> Am 2016-02-09 10:19, schrieb Nicolas Huillard: > >> > Hi all, > >> >

Re: [vdr] Media (.mkv) player on Raspberry Pi2 VDR client

2016-02-09 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le mardi 09 février 2016 à 10:33 +0100, Gerald Dachs a écrit : > Am 2016-02-09 10:19, schrieb Nicolas Huillard: > > Hi all, > > > > My new Raspberry Pi2 install lacks a media player, which begins to be a > > bit annoying. The current setup : > > * NFS server >

[vdr] Media (.mkv) player on Raspberry Pi2 VDR client

2016-02-09 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Hi all, My new Raspberry Pi2 install lacks a media player, which begins to be a bit annoying. The current setup : * NFS server * DigitalDevices Octopus Net DVB network server * VDR + rpihddevice + satip on the Pi2 : live TV, timers, recordings, etc. * an old VDR instance on the NFS server plays

Re: [vdr] Media (.mkv) player on Raspberry Pi2 VDR client

2016-02-09 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le mardi 09 février 2016 à 11:24 +0100, tho...@reufer.ch a écrit : > Quoting Nicolas Huillard <nico...@huillard.net>: > > > The mplayer plugin seem very old and may not work neatly with the > > rpihddevice output. > > As I understand the mplayer plugin, it just l

Re: [vdr] Media (.mkv) player on Raspberry Pi2 VDR client

2016-03-06 Thread Nicolas Huillard
Le mercredi 10 février 2016 à 16:19 -0800, VDR User a écrit : > Gerald, > > You freak out because I suggested an easier solution to yours, and > then call me a troll for correcting you on your own nonsense. I hope > you don't think you're fooling anyone with that fake b.s. Take your > temper