My thought was to fill the channels. There is different NIM used. Although that everything is given for free as a community project, the development has cost tens thousands of euros for me I have done all this work almost without any salary and even spend rather much money on these devices, no to mention used time It seems some sort of driver issue, not tvheadend as far as I can see.
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That way the stick is automatically recognized. Please correct me if I am wrong Playing the found channels did anyswe worked. Somehow the monitoring resulted in reduced signal quality, which resulted in not-working muxes although the actual signal is not that bad Krimpen aan den IJssel Albrandswaard Playing the found channels did not worked. It does not work since wrong hardware profile.
Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago. Although there where muxes present for some reason tvhead did not found more.
I followed the guidlines on http: It anysre some sort of driver issue, not tvheadend as far as I can see. There is another useful command: After this, restart tvheadend and look if all channels are now scanned appropriately.
Also all kind of digital television equipment’s are more than welcome since those make development easier. After mapping the dvb services to channels I was able to watch TV with Tvheadend.
[linux-dvb] Anysee E30 C Plus + MPEG-4?
I have just started with tvheadend on my Ubuntu Not all apps do anysed same! I have done all this work almost without any salary and even spend rather much money on these devices, no to mention used time One thing might be worth trying: This had to do with the hardware ID of the anysee unit, which in the newest units is So I removed all multiplexes and added them back by hand.
To logon with 2 linnux users, from 2 different PCs’, also seemed not possible. Every now and then IP network of my Internet operator is down for, God knows, what reason.
Anysee E30 – LinuxTVWiki
What if you are living in an area which has a cable TV connections only? Fixed for Kernel 3.
You could probably use the same details for your initial mux in tvheadend also. Is it correct that the ‘awaiting initial scan’ must be 0?
Anysee E30 C Plus not tuning under Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
Please correct me if I am wrong. Although that everything is given for free as a community project, the development has cost tens thousands of euros for me I did notice that some providers use a different way of sending information linkx muxes specifically Ziggo, which I use, does this to confuse users and to avoid people using their own hardware, but maybe also CaiWay uses a similar system.
There are many DVB-T clients to choose from. I got an HTTP error.
[linux-dvb] Anysee E30 in Linux
Many Linux distributions support them. Maybe try adding the mux by hand? Device IDs are usually back-ported to older stable kernels too, which means there could be support even kernel is older than listed here.
Google around before you buy anything. Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago Hi, First of all, please let me know if this is the correct forum for my question I have just started with tvheadend on my Ubuntu