[linux-dvb] Re: Mantis VP-1027/VP-1033/VP-1034/VP-2033/VP-3033
marko.ristola at kolumbus.fi
Sat Nov 11 08:38:13 CET 2006
The MythTV single TS scanning problem might be
on MythTV, not on the driver.
I can repeat that with Kaffeine:
If I watch a channel during a scan, I can get only channels from one TS.
If I stop watching the channel, scanning finds channels from multiple TS.
With Finnish file "fi-HTV"
("C 274000000 6900000 AUTO QAM128" for kaffeine)
that TS contains information from other frequencies also.
So after scanning that TS, it changes frequency until all TSes are scanned.
I use cu1216.
Ealier I had also some reboot problems with scanning.
Now I don't have them anymore. I have now a newer kaffeine,
but the mantis driver hasn't changed. The latest kaffeine works fine
on Livna repository.
The patches that I sent are enough for me.
This is the last problem that I have:
When I do the following commands by hand:
DVB: registering new adapter (Mantis dvb adapter).
mantis_frontend_init (1): Probing for CU1216 (DVB-C)
mantis_frontend_init (1): !!! NO Frontends found !!!
Now the only fix that I know is to do a reboot.
I never need to remove mantis driver though.
I haven't tested suspending the computer at all.
Michel Verbraak wrote:
> joep admiraal schreef:
>> Hello Michel,
>> I am using the same file you are.
>> It contains the same info as your's.
>> After I do a reboot it does find some channels.
>> Before I applied the patch it did find channels on a few transponders.
>> Now it only finds channels on the first transponder.
>> I am doing some tests with Mythtv now.
>> >From mythtv I can also scan for channels.
>> It generates a list of tranponders and I can perform a scan per transponder.
>> So I do a scan and after that I do a reboot so I can scan the next
>> This seems to work for all vertical transponders.
>> For some reason it gives me timeout's for all the horizontal transponders.
> Looks like a lot of work to reboot every time. Manu any solutions? I
> know it is still Alpha release.
>> Op dinsdag 7 november 2006 17:52, schreef Michel Verbraak:
>>> What is the content of the file you are using to test your scan, even if
>>> it only does one transponder.
>>> I'm testing with the default one and only get the following result:
>>> scanning /usr/share/dvb-apps/dvb-s/Astra-19.2E
>>> using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' and '/dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0'
>>> initial transponder 12551500 V 22000000 5
>>> >>> tune to: 12551:v:0:22000
>>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0011
>>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0000
>>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0010
>>> dumping lists (0 services)
>>> Content of the Astra-19.2E file is:
>>> # Astra 19.2E SDT info service transponder
>>> # freq pol sr fec
>>> S 12551500 V 22000000 5/6
>>> joep admiraal schreef:
>>>> I can watch the channels from my channels.conf with super picture
>>>> quality. Only the channel scanning doesn't work yet.
>>>> It now only finds channels from the 1st transponder, after that is just
>>>> gives timeout's.
>>>> Is there anyone on this list that has the channels from canaldigitaal
>>>> (the netherlands) in his/her channels.conf?
>>>> If so, please send a copy to me :)
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