[linux-dvb] Nova-T 500 user experience (Juha Ruotsalainen) Re: Nova-T 500 user experience

Petri Nykanen petri.t.nykanen at kolumbus.fi
Wed Mar 7 14:50:22 CET 2007


This is a little bit beside the original subject:

I had the same problem with MyhtTV 0.20 and the EIT. What I realised was
that the tuning in the mythtv-setup sets incorrect frequencies for
muxes. So the way to get the EIT to work, is to first scan all the
channels with the mythtv-setup, to get the mux info/pids to be correct,
and after that to go and manually change the frequencies in the mux
table to what you got from dvbscan.

After this I got the EIT to function just fine.

On the original subject: I also suffer from the disconnects/oops, so for
now I am only using another older Hauppauge card, and the Nova T-500 is
waiting on shelf for bug fixes.

Petri


On Tue, 2007-03-06 at 17:03 +0100, Pino Gargiulo wrote:
>         
>         One problem that I do suffer is that I can't detect any
>         channels from within MythTV. I need to manually scan them by
>         using dvbscan and then import the channels.conf file. Doing
>         so, I can watch all the channels in my area. I don't receive
>         any EIT info, though. I wonder if this is because of the
>         relatively poor signal in my area or precisely because the
>         channels are externally scanned and then MythTV doesn't have
>         all the required info to receive EIT data.




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