[mythtv-users] Skystar2 DVBS
goktug.yildirim at kreatek.net
Sat Aug 12 20:09:08 UTC 2006
I have also tried to split but no success. I must have a real big mistake here
but could not find it out.
1. Slackware 10.2
2. suse 10.1
1. slackware 10.2 (on the same machine with backend)
2. suse 10.1 (on the same machine with backend)
3. minimyth distro and various versions of .19 svn.
Someone wrote me that he met same issue with HD5000 adapter but no problem
with PVR250 so I am asking if someone is OK with Skystar2 DVBs.
I will try other distros as knopmyth or mythdora.
Thanks for help,
From: Matthias Thyroff lists at thyroff.net
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 2006 18:41:32 +0300
To: goktug.yildirim at kreatek.net
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Skystar2 DVBS
> I am using the Skystar2 DVB-S, but I am using frontend and backend on
> different machines. I am seeing some stability problems on my frontend
> (Ubuntu Dapper, myth 0.19 fixes), but I would not have thought that the DVB
> card is the reason, as there is a thick software and network layer between
> the frontend and the DVB card, and the same is the case when you operate
> frontend and backend on the same machine.
> Sorry, not of much help I am afraid; I'd recommend you to try and split
> frontend backend to isolate your problem, and maybe use a complete distro for
> the frontend, like knopmyth or mythdora, and see how that works: That way, at
> least you have a well tested configuration which is more easily comparable to
> that of other users.
> Good luck
> Am Samstag, 12. August 2006 15:08 schrieb Goktug YILDIRIM:
> > Hi,
> > Anyone who is comfortable with Skystar2 and latest of mythtv 0.19?
> > I have memory leak problem. I have tried two different machines which
> > backend and frontend is runing on.
> > I have tried two different distros, Slackware 10.1 with the 220.127.116.11
> > kernel and Suse 10.1.
> > I have tried different versions of mythtv from 0.19-fixes branch at
> > svn.mythtv.org.
> > Results are the same. Memory usage of mythfrontend grows as the channel
> > change in Live TV. After a while kernel kicks the mythfrontend with out
> > of memory message. Tried with 512MB and 792MB RAM.
> > I can not guess skystar2 dvsb is a problematic card in linux or mythtv
> > since it is popular. I guess there something to be in configs but can
> > not figure it out.
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