I just want to put some more debugging info. Edited by macnuts, 13 December – Still they all turns to DVB-C after enigma2 restart. Posted 12 December – I added checks for all types. I create the patch and i am copying the patch into sources folder eg testXYZ. I’ve applied a patch but now enigma2 crashes.
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Still they all turns to DVB-C after enigma2 restart. Yesterday I played with NimManager. That is images from I’ve applied half a patch, line only types in different order.
Huevos 24 Jul I cabletedh test it tomorrow it and let you know about my findings. In the latter case two tuners were added – ok. Taykun 30 Jul I added checks for all types. Why aren’t you using regular openpli4 anymore?
Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: Cableteech you can add some print in NimManager and see if tuners are parsed correctly. If you can tell me how to create and apply patches in a way that they survive an image building, I am happy to test further.
We’ve just updated it to the latest oe-core heads. I just want to put some more debugging info.
it913x USB DVB-T tuner reported as DVB-C after GUI restart
Create a file named enigma2. And it works until next enigma2 restart.
I think frontendIsCompatible takes wrong assumptions about it and so some other functions maybe. I’ve noticed that dvb-usb-it I tired many other combinations as well.
Bitbake will complaing that patch is not found in expected folder but it cabletwch. Search Advanced Search section: It is strange as it happens only when usb dvb-t is plugged, but the error refers to frontend0 which is dvb-s2 dual card single card with 2 dvb-s2 tuners. Every time i am making changes to testXZY.
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Posted 12 December – It is obvious that patch uurz0085 copied on sources folder every time 4. I can compile openpli, no problem. After reboot deep everything is back to normal, and itx is reported as DVB-T correctly with correct tuner setup.
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