Yes, you can use it without a reelbox, it is GPL. However when I created the patch last night, I put the source and destination directories in the wrong order, so the patch will not apply correctly (I was too sleepy!!!). Anyway, I'll fix it this evening when I get to my machine and post it again.
I would like to mention that for the time being the scanner won't pick up DVB-S2 channels. Anyone knows why? Jelle De Loecker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Vangelis Nonas schreef: > > I forgot to mention I gor reelchannelscan from reel svn site: > > svn co svn://[EMAIL PROTECTED]/testing/src/vdr-plugins/src/ > > > > Vangelis Nonas wrote: > > > >> I have created a patch for reelchannelscan 0.6.1 and vdr-1.7.0. > >> > >> I have substituted cDevice::Provides_S2 with true (I have a dvb-S2 > >> card). It is not the correct way to do it but I did not know what to > >> do.... > >> I have changed some constants like PSK8, FEC_2_3, etc with other > >> constants I found in vdr that usually start with DVBFE. I hope it is > >> correct. > >> The plugin seems to work OK with DVB-S stations. When you ask it to > >> scan for HDTV it only returns DVB-S, not DVB-S2. > >> > >> I would appreciate your help, in order to make this plugin work properly. > >> > >> The attachment is compressed with bzip2. > Oh, how nice, I actually need a new channelscanner today! > > However, can I use this without a "reelbox"? (I'm getting all my > information out of a german site, so I'm probably misunderstanding one > or two things ... Like I'm unable to set up the diseqc file) > > _______________________________________________ > vdr mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr > _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr