[mythtv-users] tv_grab_au, Canberra and associated oddities.

Daniel Hall daniel.hall at icetv.com.au
Wed Jul 6 00:26:02 EDT 2005

Hi Stephen,

In Australia there is also a commercial EPG service available that has
support for MythTV (with full HowTo documents as well) and Canberra is also

I actually use this system with my MythTV setup at home. :)

Full details can be found at http://www.icetv.com.au/


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[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Stephen Hocking
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Subject: [mythtv-users] tv_grab_au, Canberra and associated oddities.


I have a mythtv setup in Canberra using a DVB card. The channels
listed by the card using tzap & friends have little in common with the
stuff retrieved via d1.com.au. Channels titles are different, channels
exist in one but not the other, etc. Has anyone got a better source of
channel info? I can hand edit the channel info in the DB, so that the
program updates go in the right place, but compared to the setup I had
working over in the US, it is a little frustrating.

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