[mythtv-users] Installing my pchdtv-5500 working..
R. G. Newbury
newbury at mandamus.org
Tue Apr 24 00:57:59 UTC 2007
Dan Hopkins wrote:
> Thomas Kessler wrote:
>> I don't do OTA, but I do use QAM-256 on my HD-5500. Make sure you
>> removed the cx88-blackbird driver and loaded the cx88-dvb and cx8800.
>> Once you get your scanned channels from dvbscan, copy the dumped
>> output to a file called "~/.azap/channels.conf". Use azap to tune a
>> channel by typing something like this:
>> azap -r KTBW-D1
> Just to verify...
> when I run azap -r <CALLSIGN>
> I simply get:
> [root at localhost dvb-atsc-tools-1.0.4]# azap -r KONG-DT -d0
> using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' and '/dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0'
> ERROR: error while parsing Video PID (not a number)
> trying this on all of the callsigns yeilds the same result, also tried
> using -d1 no difference
> Now if understand this..the scan must have parsed PIDs to even discover
> the Channels correct? or course my signal could have since gone to
> crap..but surely not for all of the channels...
> My channels.conf.
I've never had any of my scans give me hex numbers.
Atscscan does not seem to have any setting for hex versus decimal
output, although that might be a result of the output format: zap, vdr
You might want to revise your /azap/channels.conf to have at least the
last number (the pid) as a decimal number ....:3 or ...:4 etc.
R. Geoffrey Newbury
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