On 07/21/07 21:37, Simon Baxter wrote: >>> Does your log contain any of these lines?: >>> >>> Jul 21 12:30:41 video vdr:  CAM 1: replies to QUERY - multi > channel >> decryption possible >>> Jul 21 12:30:42 video vdr:  CAM 3: doesn't reply to QUERY - only a >> single channel can be decrypted >>> Should be self-explanatory ;-) >>> >> No, all I get is "info: Channel not available!" >> >> Here's the logs from starting recording on channel 2, and trying to switch >> to channel 1, with these 2 channels in the same transponder : >> Sky 1;T:594000:C0M64:C:XXXX:529:530:0:606:201:182:2:0 >> Juice 2;T:594000:C0M64:C:XXXX:577:578:0:606:204:182:2:0 >> >> /var/log/messages: >> Jul 22 07:23:51 media1 vdr:  timer 1 (2 0723-1023 '@TITLE EPISODE') >> start >> Jul 22 07:23:51 media1 vdr:  record >> > /media/video/vdr/@J2_-_Our_Kind_of_Music_Press_'i'_for_more_information./200 >> 7-07-22.07.23.50.99.rec >> Jul 22 07:23:51 media1 vdr:  info: Recording started >> Jul 22 07:24:01 media1 vdr:  switching to channel 1 >> Jul 22 07:24:01 media1 vdr:  info: Channel not available! >> Jul 22 07:24:03 media1 vdr:  switching to channel 2 >> Jul 22 07:24:21 media1 vdr:  confirm: Stop recording? >> Jul 22 07:24:21 media1 vdr:  warning: Stop recording? >> Jul 22 07:24:27 media1 vdr:  confirmed >> >> are there more debugs I should have on? > > I've turned on "static bool DebugProtocol = true;" in ci.c and still get > none of these "CAM 1:" messages ????
These log entries are independent of the DebugProtocol setting. Are you running VDR with reduced logging (option -l)? If so, please run it with the default (-l3) which is "full logging". Are all your logs going into a single log file (/var/log/messages), or are you spreading the logs into several files? Maybe the debug log entries go somewhere else on your system. Klaus _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr