Once you have the rotor setup and locations stored in the rotors memory, you can already control it with with the conf as it is:

S95.0W 99999 V 10750 t V W15 [E0 31 6B 0E] W20 [E0 31 6B 0E] W20 [E0 10 38 FC] W5 v S95.0W 99999 H 10750 t V W15 [E0 31 6B 0E] W20 [E0 31 6B 0E] W20 [E0 10 38 FC] W5 V


S97.0W 99999 V 10750 t V W15 [E0 31 6B 0F] W20 [E0 31 6B 0F] W20 [E0 10 38 FC] W5 v S97.0W 99999 H 10750 t V W15 [E0 31 6B 0F] W20 [E0 31 6B 0F] W20 [E0 10 38 FC] W5 V

S99.0W 99999 V 10750 t V W15 [E0 31 6B 10] W20 [E0 31 6B 10] W20 [E0 10 38 FC] W5 v S99.0W 99999 H 10750 t V W15 [E0 31 6B 10] W20 [E0 31 6B 10] W20 [E0 10 38 FC] W5 V

But it's extreamly hard to set it up with out support for getting it to those positions and then saving them to the rotor. For that you need support for USALS. And then vdr would know to sent the rotor to 97w with "S97.0W" from that entry. Also, better can tell you signal str when fine tuning position and then store that location locally in the file instead of relying on the rotor memory which is not the best thing to do. Some STB's can also monitor the signal level when the rotor is close and automaticly stop it at the best spot. AS well allow scanning tp's ether by manual entry of each or with blind scan. There are a few new cards that support hardware blind scan and as more cards use chips like the Montage M88DS3000, more cards will support blind scanning. People don't ask for blindscan support because up till now, there where only a couple old cards that supported it.

On 1/23/2011 4:01 AM, Halim Sahin wrote:
Hi,
Sorry I don't like such requests where the step implementing this would
be the third step before doing the  first one.
Afaik rotors are controlled by diseqc commands.
What about a flexible configuration and creation of diseqc.conf directly
in vdr?
Controlling a rotor would be the next step!
Just my two cents.
BR.
Halim


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