[Linux] HOW-TO watch Live TV in XBMC for Linux with Tvheadend, the easy way! - Printable Version
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- opdenkamp - 2012-02-24 03:10
the tag has nothing to do with popping up as radio channel in xbmc.
the add-on assuming that the service type is set to "Radio" for radio channels. any other value will make it a tv channel.
this code determines it to be exact:
- Ruud - 2012-02-24 08:49
thanks for the clarification, found some threads stating to change the tag to 'iptv radio': this explains why this is not working as well.
Also found these (two) patches somebody made. Do they hold a solution?
If so, is that something that can be 'incorporated' in your tvheadend branch easily?
Thanks for taking the time to look into this
dushmaniac Wrote:the tag has nothing to do with popping up as radio channel in xbmc.
- opdenkamp - 2012-02-24 11:36
yup, that PR is the solution. I'll have a look at including it.
- Ruud - 2012-02-24 11:43
that would be very welcome as my kids are now (holidays) because of no radio making their own music 'this is the voice..... of xbmc'
If anything needs to be tested, please give me a heads-up!
dushmaniac Wrote:yup, that PR is the solution. I'll have a look at including it.
- adioukrou - 2012-02-24 19:24
can you share how you set up your tvheadend with the iptv box? The reason why I am asking is that I am planning to buy and iptv offering some international channels and I have an atv2, so it will be very usefull to me. Thank you.
- Ruud - 2012-02-24 20:43
dushmaniac Wrote:yup, that PR is the solution. I'll have a look at including it.Hi dushmaniac, just added the changes manually and recompiled: works like a charme , also stated this over on the tvheadend forum requesting a review and inclusion in master...
adioukrou Wrote:Hi, Ruud.Hi adioukrou, will take this offline via PM as this does not fit in this thread imo
- rodercot - 2012-02-25 00:16
two days on irc NO REPLIES. Is this being developed I would like to help with the NA issues but cannot get any assistance.
scan muxes/sats - manually added as I rebuilt linuxtv.h with all the settings and it still will not find anything and then no mapping.
map manually - no guide - vid and aud pids do not line up with transponders as per lyngsat and no guide/epg when scanned to transponder with 9 day epg.
all other sats map and start probe except D*N
I am at a loss. I have got channels working in XBMC with a V4l update but that destoyed remote and lcdproc setup.
I guess SIGH I have to switch to windows to make this work in NA. Which happens in about three steps. I would try out VDR BUT dvbscan, scan-s2 nothing works there on 119 it tries to tune the transponders/frequency to 0.0W everytime.
scans muxes everytime on reboot
have to turn off idle scan and monitor signal quality or signal drops to zero over a period of time.
Tested on openelec, XBMCbuntu, mythbuntu 10.04 vanilla and 3.0-3.3 rc kernels, myth 11.10, all vanilla versions and gits for the last two weeks.
- cowfodder - 2012-02-25 03:08
rodercot Wrote:two days on irc NO REPLIES. Is this being developed I would like to help with the NA issues but cannot get any assistance.
You're asking for someone to help you pirate a signal on a site that has an anti-piracy statement. That's not going to happen.
Help! - Flawl3ss - 2012-02-28 03:39
Can someone help me config this?
ubuntu 11.10 kernel 18.104.22.168
4 gb ram
Terratek Cinergy s2 pci
Intermediate Frequency range:
950000 kHz - 2150000 kHz, in steps of 0 kHz
5000000 Baud - 45000000 Baud
Currently tuned to:
10,778,000 kHz Vertical (Default (Port 0, Universal LNB))*
Muxes awaiting initial scan:
I did intall this:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexandr-surkov/xbmc-pvr
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install xbmc tvheadend
It cant find any services in tvheadend web gui, I find that a bit strange cuz I tried it in windows progdvb and my signal quality was fine. must I install some additional software? driver?
- Flawl3ss - 2012-02-28 17:37
You can ignore my previous post, It worked when I added the muxes manually