[Linux] HOW-TO watch Live TV in XBMC for Linux with Tvheadend, the easy way! - Printable Version
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- phofman - 2012-01-28 22:29
Unfortunately, even the tvheadend-dbg_2.12.99~pulse-4 crashes when recording a program is requested (directly from the web interface). I installed the dbg version, but debugging the core was not successful, it looks like optimization is still enabled for the dbg package and I could not list the source code in gdb. Since I do not know which revision number this package was compiled from I cannot debug the problem.
dushmaniac, please is there a way to either include the revision number as in the lonelycoder repository, or is it possible to make the source package available, or at least the configure options?
I would really want to help. Thanks a lot in advance.
- oneadvent - 2012-01-28 22:44
bas.t Wrote:Well, your recordings will have the normal size. However, you could process them afterwards to downsize them, but I think you'd be better off with a bigger hard drive.
I noticed when I post process, it doesn't link right.. maybe I am post processing wrong, is there a place to tell me the best way?
- ferni - 2012-02-01 12:47
The post of the first page says it will install TVHeadend by running the install script but it doesn't... in case anyone gets stuck you need to run the following to install tvheadend
sudo apt-get install tvheadend
- _BJ1 - 2012-02-01 13:43
phofman Wrote:Unfortunately, even the tvheadend-dbg_2.12.99~pulse-4 crashes when recording a program is requested...
This will generate a compatible config for the digital recorder. The config from previous versions are incompatible with ~pulse4 that caused a crash of tvheadend.
- bas.t - 2012-02-03 16:12
oneadvent Wrote:I noticed when I post process, it doesn't link right.. maybe I am post processing wrong, is there a place to tell me the best way?
The best way of postprocessing, I don't know..
But the links are probably not right because the files are renamed and or placed in a different directory during postprocessing
Crash with channel change or changing from tv to music etc - Kjetil N - 2012-02-04 12:36
I'm runnning on the latest opdenkamp PPA build on the 32 bit Oneric.
All is very good exept crashes a couple of times every night, seems to happen more frequent when I change media.
Anyone else have the same, I want to rule out if it is due to my HW or version of Ubuntu, or if is unstability in the xbmc build?l
security problem? - Benoe - 2012-02-10 20:55
I have a very strange problem, with xbmc pvr edition.
Earlier I used yavdr, now I use XBMCbuntu based on oneiric mini iso and pulse-eight ppa.
On both system, after a period of time, mp3 files appeared in /home/xbmc/.xbmc/temp directory. (or, in yavdr it was in /var/lib/vdr/.xbmc/temp/
I never downloaded those by myself, and the very same files appeared after the complete reinstall from yavdr to xbmcbuntu...
The owner of the files is xbmc:xbmc I set up an individual password for xbmc at install.
There is a cookies.dat file as well and a rarfolder0000 folder with more files.
I would be glad if someone could help me find out where those files comes from and avoid them being appear there again...
I only added tvheadend plugin after install.
My htpc is behind a router, and it is not opened to the internet
Edit: I opened a separate thread here with this problem, sorry for posted it here
- otcho - 2012-02-11 00:00
Have you used the YouTube addon recently?
- Benoe - 2012-02-11 00:03
otcho Wrote:Have you used the YouTube addon recently?
yes, as I wrote in the other thread
xbmcuntu - dettrittus - 2012-02-11 08:49
Should the script on the first page work with xbmcbuntu beta 3?