It seems that for some reason the super user account created during the initial setup cannot be used to view tv. 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. This seems to be a common issue at least it was some time ago. Like modulators, signal meters, analyzers, sniffers
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So, its been a while, time for an update. Hope this helps, Alex.
I have enabled ‘idle scanning’ and for the 4 frequencies entered I now see a MuxId by 2 off them. When choosing a DVB-T stick for Linux, pay attention to the name of the manufacturer and the model of the stick. In those cases DVB-T stick makes my day. This had to do with the hardware ID of the anysee unit, which in the newest units is Don’t know if I have to update the bug report though.
Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago. After this, restart tvheadend and look if all channels are now scanned appropriately.
CONFIG_DVB_USB_ANYSEE: Anysee DVB-T/C USB2.0 support
Not all apps do the same! Anysee E30 S2 Plus.
Indeed, you should let all the scans finish first. Might be, One thing might be worth trying: Big thanks to Malcolm Priestley!
Google around before you buy anything. Please correct me if I am wrong. Uudempi teksti Vanhempi viesti Etusivu. You can try to enable “idle scanning”but for a complete rescan you need to restart as far as i ,inux. Once it was done I had reached my goal. So I removed all multiplexes and added them back by hand.
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Although there where muxes present for some reason tvhead did not found more. Please note that kernel version listed here is the version where device ID originally was added. If you really want some bugfix or anyysee, ask if I can do that: Did you anysee at this: Although that everything is given for free as a community project, the development has cost tens thousands of euros for me Hi Alex, I have tried scanning all Caiway frequencies but also finding only a few services here.
Information is distributed on different muxes than the mux itself. Device IDs are usually back-ported to older stable kernels anyee, which means there could be support even kernel is older than listed here.
Maybe try adding the mux by hand? I am happy to see new hardware too.
One thing might be worth trying: When I logon as that user via http: Tvheadend is working Provider Caiway region Ubuntu I have just started with tvheadend on my Ubuntu Hi Alex,Thanks for your answers.