Ok I switched my system over to run as a user and I'm still not getting anything.
I'm getting an encoder not found error or something like that when I try to manually launch vlc2iptv. Am I missing something? On Dec 22, 2014 3:38 PM, "Daniel Berglund" <pickitu...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi, > Yes it be run as user, had the same problem. Try add your user to vdr group > and run vdr as user. I think it was how I solved the problem. > > /pickitup > > > Måndagen den 22 december 2014 15.23.07 skrev Norm Dressler: > Hi all, > > I've began playing with the IPTV plugin and just can't figure out some > things. I have VDR configured with a headless server running streamdev. > Works great with ATSC channels and the like. > > I've installed IPTV plugin and added a vlc2iptv channel to my channels.conf > and added the URL into the appropriate file. The channel is Sky News. I > run VDR as root on my headless box. I'm not getting any errors to indicate > there is something wrong so I'm guessing its the 'can't run vlc as root' > issue I'm encountering since the batch file vlc2iptv is launching it > directly. How can I get this to work? > > Is there a better way to play streams then using vlc2iptv? Perhaps > someone can sure their free TV iptv channels.conf that don't use vlc2iptv > so I can at least see if it works with streamdev properly? > > The documentation on this plugin is sparse - not much available especially > about the file format of the .conf file used by vlc2iptv, which I've had to > guess at. > > Hoping to get more info! > > Thanks > Norm Dressler > > > _______________________________________________ > vdr mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr >
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