[vdr] vdr-1.7.15 problem with TV

Simon Baxter linuxtv at nzbaxters.com
Mon Jul 26 00:46:33 CEST 2010


> When I switch to any live SD channel, I only get 3 seconds of audio/video 
> and then then "channel not available".  A few seconds later the picture 
> comes back, for another 3 seconds, then unavailable.
>
> Jul 25 10:39:46 localhost vdr: [2499] switching to channel 1
> Jul 25 10:39:46 localhost vdr: [2532] receiver on device 1 thread started 
> (pid=2499, tid=2532)
> Jul 25 10:39:46 localhost vdr: [2533] TS buffer on device 1 thread started 
> (pid=2499, tid=2533)
> Jul 25 10:39:48 localhost vdr: [2532] cVideoRepacker: switching to MPEG1/2 
> mode
> Jul 25 10:39:48 localhost vdr: [2532] cVideoRepacker: operating in MPEG1/2 
> mode
> Jul 25 10:39:50 localhost vdr: [2533] TS buffer on device 1 thread ended 
> (pid=2499, tid=2533)
> Jul 25 10:39:50 localhost vdr: [2532] buffer stats: 201536 (9%) used
> Jul 25 10:39:50 localhost vdr: [2532] receiver on device 1 thread ended 
> (pid=2499, tid=2532)
> Jul 25 10:39:57 localhost vdr: [2499] switching to channel 1
> Jul 25 10:39:57 localhost vdr: [2499] info: Channel not available!
> Jul 25 10:41:18 localhost vdr: [2499] switching to channel 1
> Jul 25 10:41:18 localhost vdr: [2535] receiver on device 1 thread started 
> (pid=2499, tid=2535)
> Jul 25 10:41:18 localhost vdr: [2536] TS buffer on device 1 thread started 
> (pid=2499, tid=2536)
> Jul 25 10:41:19 localhost vdr: [2535] cVideoRepacker: switching to MPEG1/2 
> mode
> Jul 25 10:41:19 localhost vdr: [2535] cVideoRepacker: operating in MPEG1/2 
> mode
> Jul 25 10:41:22 localhost vdr: [2536] TS buffer on device 1 thread ended 
> (pid=2499, tid=2536)
> Jul 25 10:41:22 localhost vdr: [2535] buffer stats: 282564 (13%) used
> Jul 25 10:41:22 localhost vdr: [2535] receiver on device 1 thread ended 
> (pid=2499, tid=2535)
> Jul 25 10:41:29 localhost vdr: [2499] switching to channel 1
> Jul 25 10:41:29 localhost vdr: [2499] info: Channel not available!
>
> The same setup works fine under vdr-1.6.0.

Incidentally, I tried the attached patch for vdr-xine and the VPID issue, 
but it had no effect.

Also tried recording a channel via skincurses without xine-ui attached, but 
still get the above errors and corresponding console messages:
SetPlayMode: 1
SetPlayMode: 0

Is there more debugging I can turn on?  Why am I getting the "receiver on 
device 1 thread ended" ?



Thanks
Simon 
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