DVB-T tuning problem
I investigated it a bit deeper, and I found several problems and only
one little advance.
First, I used gnome-dvb-setup and tried to find channels. As I already
stated, my region/antenna is not listed on its lists, so I put no
information about my country or antenna and it, theoretically, perform a
full scan on all the frequencies. It didn't work at all, no channel was
Then, I tried with "scan", but I have the problem that I don't have an
input file for "scan", so I avoided it at the beginning. As linuxlover
stated, I tried with dvbscan, but it has the same "problem" for me, it
needs an input file (different file than "scan" AFAIK).
At the end, I discovered w-scan package, and the w_scan tool. It is able
to generate as output the input for "scan", "dvbscan" or a VDR
I tried first using w_scan -ft -c ES -x for generating an input file for
scan/dvbscan (it is intended to work with gnome-dvb-daemon if you put
that file on the right directory). The three tools perform an scan, but
theynever return me a valid VDR channels.conf (empty files) or was
unable to find nothing (gnome-dvb-setup).
At the end, I tried to generate the VDR channels.conf using "w_scan -ft
-c ES > vdr_channels.conf". Then, I tried to use that file is
gnome-dvb-control , but no channel was added and I was unable to see
TV through Totem
P.S. I'm trying gnome-dvb-daemon because I'm interested in adopting this
package and I want to know how it works before ITA it.
On 10/10/12 10:25, linuxlover wrote:
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