[mythtv-users] question/set top box
sgowrisanker at gmail.com
Sun Jul 26 22:01:35 UTC 2009
OK. I will try with other happauge config files but before that I
probably have to fix watching live tv, cuz I can't ANYMORE!!! >:o I had
connected my video camera and the happauge device changed to /dev/video1
from /dev/video0. So I disconnected the video cam and restarted the
computer and mythtv and since then have not been able to watch livetv. I
have even deleted all sources....did a mythfilldatabase and still no
luck. When I try to watch live tv the screen flickers and comes back to
the main frontend. The permissions to the recordings folder has not
changed! ivtv-tune -c 3 followed by mplayer /dev/video0 work just
fine!!Any clue as to what is happening.Attached is what I see when I
start from the terminal!
On 07/26/2009 04:24 PM, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> On 07/26/2009 12:33 PM, Srinivas Gowrisanker wrote:
>> [jimmy at linuxhome ~]$ irsend SEND_ONCE blaster 2
>> gives nothing. Its supposed to change the stb channel to 2?
>> I do have the stuff for happauge remote and the stb remote in one
>> lircd.conf file. See attached file. I have also attached the channel
>> change script.
> You have the stuff for *a* hauppauge remote, there are several. :) So
> if its not working, try with all of them in there, then figure out
> which one is the right one.
>> I have alias char-major-61 lirc_i2c in /etc/modprobe.conf
> Remove that. Its completely unnecessary. And wrong, since you're using
>> I have the IR blaster connected to the pvr card (in direct line-of-sight
>> to stb).
> Line-of-sight at what distance? I think that one is a short-range
> transmitter, intended to be stuck to the face of the cable box.
>> I have to get the happauge remote working first?
>> [jimmy at linuxhome ~]$ sudo modprobe lirc_zilog
>> [sudo] password for jimmy:
>> WARNING: Deprecated config file /etc/modprobe.conf, all config files
>> belong into /etc/modprobe.d/.
>> WARNING: All config files need .conf: /etc/modprobe.d/lirc, it will be
>> ignored in a future release.
>> The modules are not loading properly I guess or I dont have the proper
>> files at the proper place. What is the right way to do it?
> They're just warnings. You're not supposed to use /etc/modprobe.conf
> anymore, everything is supposed to go into /etc/modprobe.d/*.conf, and
> files that don't end with .conf (like your lirc one) are going to be
> ignored in the future. So don't use /etc/modprobe.conf, and rename the
> lirc one to lirc.conf, and the warnings should go away.
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