Le lundi 28 septembre 2015 à 12:55 +0200, fnu a écrit : > per specs channel scan is not inteded for the SAT>IP servers, this is > client's responsibility.
I fully understand this point, but since the Octopus has a web interface and apparently also acts as a DLNA DMS, I think it could be a nice addition to have at least basic channel scanning, just to provide a smoother starting with the device (which is neally neat in every other aspects). > VDR doesn't provide an active channel scan option, so don't blame and > point just the plugin, which does run awesome stable here since spring > 2014. I don't "blame" anything, and I trust that plugin to work flawlessly. I still have power supply issues on the Raspberry Pi which masks all that stability ;-) As of now, this is a task for the soldering iron. > VDR does provide a passive channel scan, only caveat you need at least > one working line in channels.conf. If you have that, go to OSD / > Setup / DVB and set "Update channels:" to "add new > transponders" (setup.conf / UpdateChannels = 5). After some time of > patience you should find a properly filled channels.conf, ready to be > sorted. That's what I tried, with the channel.conf I have from the VDR server, but it didn't catch newer channels, even though "some time" was a day or two. I suspect this is something related to MANUAL.gz stating "Note that adding new transponders only works if the "EPG scan" is active.", and the fact that EPG is currently meant to be shared from the VDR server, and apparently not working... Even UpdateChannels = 4 didn't add anything. I'll deal with this and bother the ML if I can't manage it ;-) > Cheers > Frank > > -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- > Von: vdr-boun...@linuxtv.org [mailto:vdr-boun...@linuxtv.org] Im Auftrag von > Nicolas Huillard > Gesendet: Montag, 28. September 2015 12:18 > An: VDR Mailing List <email@example.com> > Betreff: Re: [vdr] DVB-T2 device in France > > Thanks for all your answers ! > > I finally opted for the Digital Devices Octopus Net, which DVT-T2 tuners are > equipped with Sony D2837ER demodulators, which happen to completely solve the > bad reception issue. Great ! > > Now I have a whole new set of problems : SAT>IP (with the satip plugin which > seems to be great, and channel scan which is as of now non-solved ; too bad > the Octopus couldn't channel-scan by itself and provide an initial > channel.conf or VLC playlist) and Raspberry Pi client which is a bit tricky > (power issues, media player, disappointingly weak CEC support on the TV side, > etc...). > > At least, I can upgrade the VDR server without breaking the DVB kernel > drivers, and upgrade the VDR client without breaking X.org or xinelib ;-) > > Le lundi 21 septembre 2015 à 15:37 +0100, Stuart Morris a écrit : > > I have a 290e I use for DVB-T2 reception and it has worked really well > > for some time now. > > Shame you can't buy them anymore :-( > > > > On 19 September 2015 at 10:21, Jari Fredriksson <ja...@iki.fi> wrote: > > > > > On 17.9.2015 15:01, Nicolas Huillard wrote: > > > > > >> Hello all, > > >> > > >> My previous mail to this ML is apparently dated 2011 ;-) Everything > > >> was OK there since then... Except that my Hauppauge Nova-T-500 died > > >> recently, and my ancient PCI cards do not work in the 2013 server. > > >> > > >> I'm looking for advice for a new DVB-T2 device, which should : > > >> * have a good tuner, because some channels (transponders, ie. > > >> frequencies) are difficult to catch here ; the TV set (Panasonic) > > >> works perfectly well, and I've added an RF amplifier on the roof, > > >> so I guess the Nova-T-500 tuner was not good enough > > >> * have a PCI or preferably PCI-e bus, and dual tuner (I don't > > >> really like USB sticks, which tend to lead to a mess of cable) > > >> * be robustly supported with stock kernels in Debian (jessie and > > >> future), which does not seem to be a problem anymore... > > >> > > >> If there are some dual-tuner, DVB-T2 + S2 card out there which are > > >> well supported by VDR, that's OK too. I may prefer to add another > > >> DVB-S2 card later on though (there is no sat-dish on the roof yet). > > >> > > >> TIA ! > > >> > > > > > > > > > I use an USB tuner "PCTV Systems nanoStick T2 290e" from Hauppauge. > > > It has a good Sony tuner, and DVB-T2 in my setup works fine even > > > with an desktop antenna (the broadcast mast is in visible range though). > > > > > > Driver is in kernel, and this was the first Linux tuner for DVB-T2 > > > and supported even in the older kernels. I use it in a Raspberry Pi > > > 2 with two DVB-C tuners and I'm all happy. > > > > > > > > > -- > > > jarif.bit > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > > 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 > > -- > Nicolas Huillard > nico...@huillard.net > Fixe : +33 9 52 31 06 10 > Mobile : +33 6 50 27 69 08 > > http://www.350.org/ > > > _______________________________________________ > 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 -- Nicolas Huillard nico...@huillard.net Fixe : +33 9 52 31 06 10 Mobile : +33 6 50 27 69 08 http://www.350.org/ _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr