[mythtv-users] Weirdness after upgrading to KnoppMyth R5B7 / PVR-350
pisaacs at wesleyan.edu
Wed May 24 20:58:41 UTC 2006
Thanks for the feedback. Is there any way to turn off this LiveTV
feature? I sort of liked it
the way it was.
Also how did you fix the problem of the records just stopping in the middle?
Ivan Kowalenko wrote:
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> On May 24, 2006, at 15.15, Philip Isaacs wrote:
>> I just upgraded from an older KnoppMyth R5A26 system that was working
>> really well to KnoppMyth R5B7 (myth 19.1).
> I just upgraded to KnoppMyth R5C7 about two days ago myself.
>> Now I'm dealing with a lot of weridness. One problem I've
>> encountered is
>> that for some
>> reason when I switch over to watch Live TV my myth machine starts to
>> record automatically. Something I
>> never noticed it doing before.
> Welcome to 0.19. It's one of the new "features" of Myth now. LiveTV
> is now treated as a recording. No ringbuffer is used, and your LiveTV
> recordings are kept in a group separate from the other recordings.
> They, by default, autoexpire every 24 hours, but this interval can be
>> Probably the biggest problem I'm having is that it starts to record
>> then stops part way through or just
>> won't record at all.
> I had a similar problem when I first got my system going. I assumed
> mine was because I had a recording set to -2 priority, and much chaos
>> Has anybody else seen weirdness like this.
> *raises hand* However, since I got a recording or two on my hard
> disk, I haven't seen the problem crop up again.
>> I'm using a PVR-350.
>> Thanks so much in advance.
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