> Hello,
> I had a 1.5.13 running for a while on a nexus FF.
> I did install a second card, S2-3200, together with the multiproto driver
> and vdr 1.7.0, without patches at this moment, because I am not interested
> in HD at this time. I am just looking to have 2 cards working to be able
> to stream on several vdr clients and use the output of my FF card. The S2
> card is on astra, and the FF on hotbird
> I started with a “clean” vdrconf directory, and with a channel.conf with
> only 1 entry (TV5) on hotbird. I hoped that vdr would scan new channels,
> but it did only for a few.
> After starting the first time, it scanned about 10 new channels and stops
> there. In the DVB menu, update stands on “add new transponder”
> I did try with an other channel.conf. I can see every FTA channel on
> hotbird, but I have a black screen on astra (nothing as “channel not
> available”).
> The log does’nt learn me something either. In fact the log is flooded by
> kernel messages about stb6100 that get_frequence and bandwith. The
> frequence are always the same.
> -why is the “autoscan” not working ? Do I need some “transponder file” ?
> -how can I check the signal on my S2-3200 card ?
> -how can I reduce the logs from stb6100 ?
> -do I need to apply a concurrent recording patch to be able to stream 2 or
> more signals ?
> thanks for your help
> sp
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you say you have two FF-Cards, one connected to an LNB poniting hotbird
and one connected to another LNB pointing to Astra?
AFAIk this will NOT work.
if vdr has 2 cards, it only uses the second card to do channel-scan, it does 
not know these two 
cards are hardwired to different sat-positions, and i know of now way to tell 
it about such a 
Is this correct Klaus?

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