Solved Issue - cxSocket::read: eof, connection closed error

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I've Installed xbmc form this HowTo.
After this I've installed VDR and VNSIServer and the xbmc-PVR-plugin.

But know I've problems with some HD-Channels. I've got the following log when I#m switching to one of this channels.

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Jan  9 20:42:54 Mediacenter vdr: [2197] VNSI: exit streamer thread
Jan  9 20:42:54 Mediacenter vdr: [2197] cLiveStreamer stream processor thread ended (pid=1851, tid=2197)
Jan  9 20:42:54 Mediacenter vdr: [2170] VNSI: LiveStreamer::Close - close
Jan  9 20:42:55 Mediacenter vdr: [2170] VNSI: LiveStreamer::Close - close
Jan  9 20:42:55 Mediacenter vdr: [2198] TS buffer on device 1 thread ended (pid=1851, tid=2198)
Jan  9 20:42:55 Mediacenter vdr: [2195] buffer stats: 260380 (6%) used
Jan  9 20:42:55 Mediacenter vdr: [2195] receiver on device 1 thread ended (pid=1851, tid=2195)
Jan  9 20:42:56 Mediacenter vdr: [2170] VNSI: cxSocket::read: eof, connection closed
Jan  9 20:42:56 Mediacenter vdr: [2170] VNSI: LiveStreamer::Close - close
Jan  9 20:42:56 Mediacenter vdr: [1894] VNSI: Client with ID 10 seems to be disconnected, removing from client list

Has anyone a idea how to solve?

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full debug log please + more from syslog. what exactly is the issue with the hd channels? where did you get vnsi from?
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Quote: what exactly is the issue with the hd channels?
if I switch to a sky-Hd channel the vnsi streams stop immediately. all other channals are okay incl. the sky-SD channels only the
sky HD channels has this issue

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where did you get vnsi from?
its from this ppa, because of it's the only one were I find all my necessary vdr-plugins.

Code:
debug log please + more from syslog

xbmc log

sys log

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DEBUG log please.
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(2014-01-10 13:48)FernetMenta Wrote:  DEBUG log please.

sorry my fault...

Debug log

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it fails in this vdr function: cDevice::GetDevice(m_Channel, m_Priority, true, true);
maybe you channels.conf is wrong
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okay...

so I have to check my channels.conf...
I wondering because it's the same as in OpenELEC and there it works....

Thanks... so I've to check again...

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I checked again. Is the Same Channels.conf as in OpenELEC. So I think that can't be the issue...
So maybe i've to reinstall all...


Edit:
I've solved the Problem... a part of a plugin was missing. So I installed it an everything is fine now...

thanks again

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