[mythtv-users] CoreContext dvbchannel.cpp:347 (CheckFrequency) DVBChan(23:/dev/dvb/adapter3/frontend0): Your frequency setting (10906000) is out of range. (min/max:950000/2150000)

Per Jessen per at computer.org
Tue Nov 27 13:41:01 UTC 2012

Jksj wrote:

> On 26/11/12 12:07, Per Jessen wrote:
>> Karl Dietz wrote:
>>> On 26.11.2012 10:26, Per Jessen wrote:
>>>> This sounds like a '0' slipping somewhere - the frequency is
>>>> correct 10.906000Ghz = 10906000kHz, so does the card/driver somehow
>>>> report
>>>> the wrong frequency range?  This is a Hauppauge Nova S Plus.  FWIW,
>>>> reception seems to work fine, but I'm debugging some issues with
>>>> frequently failing recordings.
>>> I think you might be chasing a red herring as the test is likely
>>> wrong for DVB-S and only correct for DVB-C/T. card
>>> see
>>> 10906000kHz is the received frequency which gets converted down to
>>> an intermediate frequency of 950000kHz-2150000kHz by the LNB.
>> Hi Karl
>> thanks for the explanation.  Have I misconfigured something or should
>> I
>> just ignore that message?  The Hauppauge card is definitely DVB-S,
>> not -C or -T.
>> thanks
>> Per
>   I had this error message when I added a PCI based DVB-S2 card to a
> system with a USB DVB-T2 card. Occasionally at start up the kernel
> would swap the two card round causing myth to attempt to tune the
> terrestial card using satellite frequencies. Using UDEV rules to fix
> the ids sorted it - just a thought.

I did have that issue with the device numbering initially (I have two
Hauppauge and one other card), but I think I fixed that using
the "adapter_nr" module parameter. 

Do you mind sharing your udev rules ?  I think I would prefer doing it
that way. 


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