I am happy to see new hardware too. I followed the guidlines on http: Some sticks are so well supported Linux already includes the driver needed. Try dmesg and lsusb commands the same way as with DVB-T sticks. Uudempi teksti Vanhempi viesti Etusivu. Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago Hi, First of all, please let me know if this is the correct forum for my question I have just started with tvheadend on my Ubuntu
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Uudempi teksti Vanhempi viesti Etusivu. Indeed, you should let all the scans finish first. I am happy to see new hardware too.
Next I updated TVHeadend to version 3. First of all, please let me know if this is the correct forum for my question. I have just started with tvheadend on my Ubuntu This had to do with the hardware ID of the anysee unit, which in the newest units is Hope this helps, Alex. Information is distributed on different muxes than the mux itself.
[linux-dvb] Anysee E30 Combo Plus startup mode
After mapping the dvb services to channels I was able to watch TV with Tvheadend. Krimpen aan den IJssel Albrandswaard Linuxx seems a muxid is necessary, without it services are not found and therefore can not be used. There is another useful command: You can try to enable “idle scanning”but for a complete rescan you need to restart as far as i know.
It seems some sort of driver issue, not tvheadend as anyseee as I can see. Hi Alex,Thanks for your answers.
[linux-dvb] Anysee E30 C Plus + MPEG-4?
Every now and then IP network of my Internet operator is down for, God knows, what reason. Google around before you buy anything. I have tried scanning all Caiway frequencies but also finding only a few services here.
Maybe try adding the mux by hand? Anysee E30 S2 Plus.
Anysee E30 C Plus not tuning under Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
Some sticks are so well supported Linux already includes the driver needed. It looks like bug is still in version 3. There is different NIM used.
Is there a way to force a scan, other than restarting tvheadend? Try to find information which hints whether your stick works on Linux “out-of-the-box”.
They might cost a little more than DVB-T sticks. I am guessing it must be something with the anysee driver as the windows software does find all the services Caiway provides.
Anysee E30 – LinuxTVWiki
Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago. Thanks again for your help. When I logon as that user via http: Setup Kaffeine in Ubuntu Attach the stick, open terminal and on command line liux in the following command: Please correct me if I am wrong Playing the found channels did not worked. Many Linux distributions support them. So I removed all multiplexes and added them back by hand. My guess is that this needs to be 0 before I can continue to channels.