[mythtv-users] duplicate subchannel names, no program data [solved]
decepticon at gmail.com
Mon Mar 12 14:12:49 UTC 2007
I found a page that answered my questions here:
It takes some trial and error, but I got my channels successfuly
tuning now, and retrieving full data. Since I'm using the HDHR, I had
to scan using the tool from their website. That generates a long list
of info to parse, and I had to enter it manually with mysql command
line, but it worked.
On 3/10/07, jason maxwell <decepticon at gmail.com> wrote:
> I just got my new myth FE/BE up and running with an HDHR. I have about
> 6 channels I can watch on my Comcast cable service. Comcast just
> bought Adelphia here and have been moving the channels around a
> little. They moved the network locals from in the 80's, down to low
> numbers. Now theyre all in a row, in subchannels of channel 1.
> here's what I have now:
> 1-1 = ABC
> 1-1 = CBS
> 1-1 = WETAHD
> 1-3 = NBC
> 1-3 = FOX
> 85-2 = DiscoveryHD
> 108.X = Other people's On Demand. These come and go. whatever.
> This presents me with several problems. I am able to tune to all of
> the above using VLC. The channels show up if I set the HDHR to channel
> 1 program 1,2,3, etc. However, after letting myth scan for channels,
> It only sees one channel for 1-1, but fails to tune it in. Is there a
> way to successfully add these channels so they are usable?
> Second, from what I understand, for digital cable, you have to use OTA
> lineups with zap2it due to the cable company remapping channels, is
> that right? In that case, how would I get listings for Discovery HD,
> since that's a cable only channel? Also, the OTA subchannels are not
> the same as the ones delivered thru the cable company. Is there a way
> to alias a digital subchannel, to the name it's listed as in zap2it so
> I can get the correct listing?
> Thanks to everyone that has helped me get this far.
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