[mythtv-users] Missing guide data for HGTVC
mikealborn at deandra.homeip.net
Wed Sep 19 04:32:19 UTC 2007
I ran tv_grab_na_dd --download-only --dd-data foo and examined foo
I found the station listing for the xmltvid and also found programs
(<schedule program=EPsomethingorother station=17638...>) segments, so I
guess there's something wrong with my setup?
I think I just answered my own question - I noticed that my xmltv-util
package was only 0.5.44, so I updated it before running tv_grab_na_dd.
After I found the XML data I was looking for, I ran mythfilldatabase and
voila! I had guide data.
What puzzles me is that mythfilldatabase was grabbing guide data from
SD, but xmltv was trying to grab from TMS before I updated it.
But it's working, so thanks for the help.
On Sun, 2007-16-09 at 08:23 -0400, Michael T. Dean wrote:
> On 09/15/2007 10:30 PM, Mike Alborn wrote:
> > My program guide is not showing any data for HGTVC (xmltv id 17638)
> Wait for it...
> > I have run mythfilldatabase by hand, and did notice any errors. I have
> > even destroyed and re-created my channel source, but it didn't fix the
> > problem.
> Oh. Now I can't say it. :)
> > Using Mythweb, I have verified that the channel settings are using the
> > correct xmltv ID, but the guide shows "NO DATA" for this channel.
> > I don't know if this is a problem at my end, or with the guide data
> > supplied by TMS (This problem started before TMS dropped their free
> > service, and persists after the change to SD). However, I want to rule
> > out my setup before I report a problem to SD. I've done some looking
> > on the web, but have been unable to find anyone else with the same
> > problem.
> > Any suggestions on what else I could look at?
> I recommend looking at the DD-format "raw" data. You can download it
> using tv_grab_na_dd from XMLTV 0.5.48. If there's data there for that
> channel, it's your setup (and let us know and we'll help you fix it).
> If there's no data there, it's TMS.
> If you need help figuring out how the DD data works, let me know.
> Basically, it identifies channels in one section and then programs in
> another, so you'll have to "link" up the programs with the channel to
> see if there are any listings for that channel.
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Mike Alborn <mikealborn at deandra.homeip.net>
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