Le dimanche 25 octobre 2015 à 12:04 +0100, Klaus Schmidinger a écrit :
> On 10/25/15 11:44, Nicolas Huillard wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I still have a problem with my new setup:
> > * Raspberry Pi B (256MB system + 256MB video)
> > * MLD 5.0.0 testing distribution (http://www.minidvblinux.de/) on a 4GB
> > class 6 SD card, using VDR 126.96.36.199-207
> > * vdr-plugin-rpihddevice (from MLD 1:2015.08.24-37+188.8.131.52)
> > * Octopus Net (firmware 1.0.55) : Linux VLC shows TV channels without
> > problems
> > * vdr-plugin-satip (from MLD 2015.09.19-20+184.108.40.206)
> > * recordings on an NFS share (works for playing, didn't test recording)
> > * the Raspberry is powered from one of the 5V output from the Octopus,
> > which provides enough power for the CI interface, which seems
> > Playing live TV works great, until some point a few dozen minutes later,
> > where some errors start to appear in /var/log/messages:
> > ...
> I strongly suggest you use the newer Raspberry Pi 2 model.
> I have two of these in operation, and they work like a charm.
> Before that I also experimented with the model 1, but had
> similar problems as you described.
I know have an RPi2 installed since a few days, which works great. It
can almost record 3 channels and view a 4th one, everything from the
network (SAT>IP to get DVB streams, NFS for remote storage).
I may change my mind and get back to a single VDR instance, without
client/server (the RPi 1 was not meant to record anything, relying on
Thanks Klaus !
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