[mythtv-users] mythweb NO DATA with HDHR
brent.meyer at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 20:29:31 UTC 2011
On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 12:50 PM, bhaskins <bhaskins at chartermi.net> wrote:
> Things were fine on my myth system until I started to get blank recordings.
> Eventually I deleted and reinstalled all tuners.
> The good news is that for the first time I can record three channels at
> once using manual programing.
> The bad news is that mythweb says "NO DATA" for any/all channels.
> mythfilldatabase says " no new data available ".
> I spent lots of time entering the xmltvid numbers from schedules direct.
> I'm really missing something here, this was fine before the tuner r & r.
> I'm really dreading the release of ubuntu 11 this month.
> For me both versions of 9 were rock solid, 10 has been all pain, no gain.
> Sadly, late versions of Fedora seem to have the same problems.
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It sounds like maybe you didn't associate your tuners with your video
sources. Double-check the Input Connections screen in mythtv-setup and
ensure that each tuner is associated with a video source.
If that's not the problem, then there are some options you can use
when running mythfilldatabase to force it to refresh your guide data
(--refresh-all I believe, but somebody else should confirm that before
you run it). Also, there's a button on the Input Connections screen
that says "Fetch Channels from Listings Source"; if you click that, it
should grab all of your channels and save you from having to enter the
xmlids by hand.
As for Ubuntu, if you have a dedicated Myth backend that does what you
want it to, and that works with your hardware, there's no need to
dist-upgrade every time a new release comes out (if it ain't broke,
don't fix it). If you just want to keep up with the latest Myth
releases, consider adding either the JYA or the Mythbuntu repo to your
Hope that helps!
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