On Jan 3, 2008 5:40 PM, Magnus Hörlin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Hi. Big thanks to Reinhard, Manu, Claus and others who has made this > possible. Using the old multiproto tree from 2007-10-25 I have SVT HD > (swedish) working quite well with an S2-3200 on a 2.3GHz AMD BE-2400. My > problem is that with that multiproto tree, VDR won't tune to any dvb-t > channels on my nova-t 500. And with the latest multiproto tree dvb-t > works but only unless I load the S2-3200 modules. If I do that VDR just > hangs at startup saying nothing and doesn't answer on svdrp. Is there a > way to debug this and see what's happening? Does anybody have any ideas > about what's going on? If I remove the channels.conf vdr complains about > that, so I know it's coming that far at least. There's no difference if > I load any plugins or not. > > Again, I have followed all steps on the wiki and h.264+dvb-s2 works with > the old multiproto, both using vdr-1.5.10 with your "old" patch and on > vdr-1.5.12 with the new one. I'm running this on the 2.6.22-14-generic > kernel that ships with Ubuntu 7.10.
Sounds like you are having the same problem I am - when you say "new" multiproto, what do you mean? I am using the mercurial tree at http://jusst.de/hg/multiproto which hasn't been updated now in 4 weeks. I can't get the DVB-T devices working with it, even though Manu said it should work. The devices I use haven't had their source code modified from the v4l-dvb tree, so according to Manu the compatibility layer should mean they work OK, but when I tune to a DVB-T channel in VDR I just get a black screen. As it seems there are quite a few people desperately hoping for some kind of DVB-T support alongisde their beloved DVB-S2 are there any other suggestions from Manu or Reinhard on this? Cheers _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr