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    Hi,

    I am pretty new to all of this so have probably made a mistake somewhere down the line (but it isn't something I'm seeing) so I've come here hopefully for some support.

    So I'm running a TBS6981 card on Ubuntu 12.04 using TVheadend 3.5.203~gc71c211 (A build designed to fix an error with the software and my card)

    Anyway, I have trialled 2 servers from the premium area on here and get the same error on both.

    I am trying to set this up to work with a Sky UK package and as such am scanning Astra 28_2E and it is picking up 889 services. When I go to map these DVB services to channels however I have a few problems in that not all channels map and no HD channels at all map, The error in every case from the log is as follows:

    Code:
    Jun 26 20:05:37.016 serviceprobe:      Sky Sports 3 HD: checking...
    
    Jun 26 20:05:37.016 subscription: "serviceprobe" direct subscription to adapter: "TurboSight TBS 6981 DVBS/S2 frontend", network: "ASTRA", mux: "ASTRA: 12,363,000 kHz Vertical (Port 1 Universal)", provider: "BSkyB", service: "Sky Sports 3 HD", quality: 100
    
    Jun 26 20:05:48.013 subscription: "serviceprobe" unsubscribing
    
    Jun 26 20:05:48.013 serviceprobe:      Sky Sports 3 HD: skipped: No input detected
    In setting up tvheadend I have added my n line into CSA - Code Word Client and only checked the enabled box on the DVB Input/TV Adapters area, besides this I have made no changes.

    Not sure as to what I am meant to do with these settings but my card shows up 2 inputs on /dev/dvb/adapter0 and /dev/dvb/adapter1

    I appreciate any attempts to help me out here,

    Thanks,
    NRF19

  • #2
    I don't know your backend config or how much load you're putting on the disc
    - maybe also worth considering trying a different platter (USB should be plenty fast enough) for the timeshift buffer?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by zinfer9 View Post
      I don't know your backend config or how much load you're putting on the disc
      - maybe also worth considering trying a different platter (USB should be plenty fast enough) for the timeshift buffer?
      not this !!!!!!!!

      I thing this will help you

      Before you can build Tvheadend you will need several packages installed on your development machine.
      The specific details will vary between distributions so we only cover the major ones here.

      Ubuntu

      Code:
      $ sudo aptitude install build-essential git pkg-config libssl-dev bzip2 wget
      Optional:
      Code:
      $ sudo aptitude install libavahi-client-dev zlib1g-dev
      Redhat

      TODO: this needs adding
      Gentoo

      TODO: this needs adding
      Next you must obtain the source code, this is hosted on github.

      To clone the repository simple run the command:
      Code:
      $ git clone https://github.com/tvheadend/tvheadend.git

      Configuring


      TVHeadend comes with a configuration script that allows you to enable/disable optional components and set install paths, etc.
      Most people will be fine with the defaults and can run:


      Code:
      $ ./configure
      However for more advanced options, please run the following:

      Code:
      $ ./configure --help
      And then re-run configure with the required options, i.e.:
      Code:
      $ ./configure --enable-transcoder --disable-dvbscan
      To compile Tvheadend run:

      Code:
      $ make
      Installing


      It is possible to install Tvheadend using make, based on the ./configure options, by running:
      Code:
      $ sudo make install
      However it's recommend that you run from the build directory for development/testing:

      Code:
      $ ./build.linux/tvheadend
      NOTE: its VERY important you run test builds from git root, so command should look similar to above.
      And that you build a package if you wish to install Tvheadend permanently and hook into the system start scripts etc.

      Use of make install is not very traceable and so removal can sometimes be painful, and it might overwrite an existing installation.

      Code:
      https://tvheadend.org/projects/tvheadend/wiki/Packaging
      https://tvheadend.org/projects/tvheadend/wiki/Bugreporting
      https://tvheadend.org/projects/tvheadend/wiki/Tvheadend-32
      
      https://github.com/tvheadend/tvheadend/blob/master/configure

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      • #4
        i thing this <ill help you


        https://tvheadend.org/projects/tvheadend/wiki/Tvheadend-32

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