[mythtv] Fast Forward broken and shows not flagged
poobah at techsquadron.com
Sun Apr 1 13:36:18 UTC 2007
I figured mine out - it was the DST change. My backend machine got
patched (to make sure the shows recorded at the right time), but not the
frontend. I hadn't run a emerge world on it in some time, cause if it
ain't broke, don't fix it ;-)
The frontend uses the channel and the time to identify the show you're
watching and looks the commercial skip information up in the
recordedmarkup table. If the time is off, the keyframes and channel
info will not be properly read and the frontend gets confused about
playing the show back.
The Gentoo instructions say to copy the timezone information file from
/usr/share/zoneinfo to /etc/localtime. It really should be a link...
i.e. ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/Denver /etc/localtime.
I don't know if the DST change will be the root cause of your problem,
but it sounds like you're having problems finding the right show in
From: mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org
[mailto:mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Maduser
Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2007 7:03 AM
To: Development of mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv] Fast Forward broken and shows not flagged
I have the same Problem since some time. I run a Gentoo system, too. But
I have Back- and Frontend on one PC.
mythtv: 0.20_p12172 from gentoo portage.
TV-Card: one saa7134 based Card and one Nova-T
> Recently, shows on my Myth system have begun to be recorded such that
> I can't fast forward faster than 3x, can't rewind at all, and
> commercial skipping indicates that they are not flagged. I have a
> separate frontend / backend setup, and older shows work fine (doesn't
> seem to be the frontend machine or any playback settings). This
> started about 3 weeks ago, without any changes that I'm aware of on
> the backend.
> When I try to fast forward at 5x or faster, sound begins to be played.
> It skips and doesn't actually get anywhere. The sound isn't any faster
> than normal.
> When shows record, they get flagged, and the number of breaks show up
> in the logs. However, when I push the channel skip button, the
> frontend displays "Not Flagged"
> I have updated/rebuilt the kernel on the backend and updated ivtv.
> I've also rebuilt the mythbackend from the source. I'm using Gentoo as
> the base, but built Myth manually from the source.
> Backend - 1.8GHz Gentoo Kernel 2.6.19 with (2) PVR-250 tuners running
> MythTV 0.20.20060828-3
> Frontend - 2.4GHz Shuttle booting from NFS running MythTV compiled
> from the same source files
> Mark Hanson
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