[mythtv] Request: please fix channel up/down and watch live TV
defaults forDVB:HD tuners
mwahal at gmail.com
Thu Jun 2 17:50:44 UTC 2005
(Sorry for incorrect name before).
The startchan is really broken for HD:DVB as pointed out by Wendy and
others in various lists. Trust when several people are complaining
about the same issue. There is a similar thread going on in
mythtv-users. Not every one is dumb or stupid not to know how to
configure the setup (as you might have suggested in your earlier
http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users/133855 (one such
thread in mythtv-users list).
Also, setting channum as 7_1 in your setup will not help unless you
have a DVB card/driver etc. As the sql query code path might be
different. Again I may be wrong as you are the developer and in your
opininon nothing is broken and everything is working as its supposed
Today, I'll start the mythtv-setup, set the sorting to channel number
and then start with channel 2_1. I'll log all the sql queries and the
myth backend logs when I go channel up/down. Then I'll change the
sorting to alpha and repeat the above process. I'll save both the
backend log and the sql query logs, and post on the thread.
On 6/2/05, Wendy Seltzer <wendy at seltzer.com> wrote:
> At 12:37 PM -0400 6/2/05, Isaac Richards wrote:
> >If people are having problems with the starting channel, they're not bothering
> >to go through the setup program properly. Nothing I can do about that.
> Even people who go through the setup can get stuck here later, since
> the "starting channel" gets reset to the last channel tuned (or
> attempted to tune). If you tune to a weak ATSC signal, crash, and
> then restart, you have to know to re-run setup or to run dtvsignal
> separately from the command line to restart on a working channel. I
> know this caused me lots of frustration as I was starting up. Would
> it be possible to add an option not to reset the starting channel?
> Wendy Seltzer -- wendy at seltzer.com || wendy at eff.org
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