Hi! On Thursday 06 March 2008 21:13:25 Timothy D. Lenz wrote: > Well, ".", "#", "*", something in the channels.conf. "0" is not a > valid notation because 0 is part of the number system. 40 won't work > for KVOA because 40 is KHRR. And when displayed it should be "."
We are talking about channel numbers, correct? Thats the arbitrary number I (or in the default case vdr) assign to an channel. vdr channel management has the advantage channel numbers even can have gaps between them. And I can even renumber them if I want to. So if KHRR is on 40 just moved it up to channel number 400, following up with assigning 40 to KHRR. Should 400 be taken by another channel, consider moving that one to channel number 400000 or taking a free x00 number. Cya, Ed :) -- When the stars threw down their spears, AAh! megamisama... And water'd heaven with their tears, Did he smile his work to see? AntHill inside Did he who made the Lamb make thee? Powered by caffeine (William Blake) IRC: Tyger Tarrychk Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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