[mythtv] [mythtv-commits] mythtv branch master updated by pbennett. v29-pre-513-gf4f98f9

Peter Bennett pgbennett at comcast.net
Wed Jul 12 20:19:54 UTC 2017

On 07/11/2017 05:26 PM, John Pilkington wrote:
> On 07/07/17 01:10, Peter Bennett wrote:
>> On 07/06/2017 07:05 PM, John Pilkington wrote:
>>> I've just run mythtvsetup with a build from here on an fc 25 box 
>>> with a single pci dvb-t card.  The FE/BE system seems to be running 
>>> ok now, but I had segfaults along the way, triggered by trying to 
>>> enter the Transport Editor.   That probably isn't seen as part of 
>>> the normal sequence, but I think it's important to have it 
>>> available. The Konsole log gave Code 1, PID 216, UID 0 and a Value, 
>>> but I suspect that by themselves these numbers mean little.
>>> After the first segfault the card wasn't recognised and I eventually 
>>> rebooted.  vlc couldn't see it either.   Card recognition is slow, 
>>> as it has been for some time.  Later I went round several times 
>>> trying to set up the linking option for 'All existing Transports' - 
>>> saw it once but then it seemed elusive.  My current channel 
>>> selection is based on a Full Scan.
>> Unfortunately I cannot test this as I do not receive any over the air 
>> channels and Comcast now encrypts everything, so my tuner card 
>> receives no channels.
>> Is this the transport editor button in channel editor? I can select 
>> that but the next page does not seem to do anything, perhaps because 
>> I have no DVB channels. If I press enter on "New Transport" nothing 
>> happens. Perhaps somebody who has a working DVB setup with channels 
>> can look at it.
>> Peter
> I've been preoccupied by suddenly-non-loading wifi firmware on a 
> laptop, but I've just gone through this DVB tuning process again - on 
> the same build.  I found the left-arrow, and was able to set up 
> multi-rec and the inter-transport links and save what looks like the 
> full channel line-up.  But after that I tried to examine the 
> transports, and the segfault on entering the Transport Editor happened 
> again, leaving the tuner in a busy state.  'sudo modprobe -rf saa7134' 
> wasn't allowed and I did a (slow) reboot.  It's recording now.
> John
I would like to continue the discussion in the ticket.

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