Thank you Lars Hanisch it work for me.I just disable the dynamite plugin in /etc/vdr/plugins/order.conf and the rotorng plugin work now.
On Sat, Dec 24, 2011 at 10:59 AM, Lars Hanisch <d...@flensrocker.de> wrote: > Hi, > > Am 23.12.2011 20:07, schrieb Morfsta: > > Please install the latest updates with: >>> $ sudo apt-get update >>> $ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade >>> >>> There was an error in the vdr-plugin dynamite's Makefile. >>> >> >> Hi there, >> >> Thanks for your help, but the rotor / rotorng plugins still don't work >> after the update. >> >> Any other ideas? >> > > I don't see a dynamite related problem after a quick look over the source > of the plugins in the yaVDR PPA. > The vdr-patch adds a new method to cDevice and dynamite is aware of it. > > Please take a look at 'nm -D > /usr/lib/vdr/plugins/libvdr-**dynamite.so.1.7.21' > if there's a symbol cDynamicDevice::SendDiseqcCmd. > > If you'r familiar with build debs you can try to rebuild vdr with some > logmessages in the SendDiseqcCmd methods of dvbdevice.c to see if there are > really sent. I have only DVB-C and can't really test it. > > Some words to dynamite, a core functionallity of yaVDR: > It creates devices "between" vdr and the "real" devices like a proxy > passing all virtual methods to its subdevice. This makes it possible to > start vdr with a lot of dummy devices (not to mix with the plugin) and > attach the dvbdevices when they are created, e.g. if they get plugged in > via USB. > Also dynamite is able to set unused devices to an idle state, which means > that it closes all its filehandles including the frontend. Please look in > /etc/vdr/plugins/plugin.**dynamite.conf if an idle-timeout is specified. > > dynamite is running in the yavdr team for months and hasn't shown many > problems. But I don't think that anyone of us has tested it with rotor(ng). > > And take a look at the dynamite repository. There are patches for other > plugins which need to be patched. > > I hope we can get rotor back to work again! > > If you have dvb hardware, which initialises fast on boot (like PCI/PCIe > devices) you can try to disable dynamite in the > /etc/vdr/plugins/order.conf, just insert a minus before it. But be aware to > insert a * if you want to use it again, since this is needed to asure that > dynamite is the last plugin that gets loaded. > > Regards, > Lars. > > > >> Kind Regards, >> >> Morfsta >> >> ______________________________**_________________ >> vdr mailing list >> email@example.com >> http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-**bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr<http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr> >> >> > ______________________________**_________________ > vdr mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-**bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr<http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr> >
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