Arend van der Boom wrote: Please note that kernel version listed here is the version where device ID originally was added. Hope this helps, Alex. There are many DVB-T clients to choose from. When I logon as that user via http:
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Anysee E30 C Plus not tuning under Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
After booting Ubuntu the unit is detected as ‘ID 1c There is another useful command: Try to find information which hints whether your stick works on Linux “out-of-the-box”. So I removed all multiplexes and added them back by hand.
After this, restart tvheadend xnysee look if all channels are now scanned appropriately. Like modulators, signal meters, analyzers, sniffers You could probably use the same details for your initial mux in tvheadend also. If you have device you wish to donate you can send it to my address. Fixed for Kernel 3. There is also mention about known issues of each driver. Many Linux distributions support them.
[linux-dvb] Anysee E30 Combo Plus startup mode
Might be, One thing might be worth trying: Please correct me if I am wrong. It is possible to install latest LinuxTV.
When choosing a DVB-T stick for Linux, pay attention to the name of the manufacturer and the model of the stick. Somehow the monitoring resulted in reduced signal quality, which resulted in not-working muxes although the actual signal is not that bad Please note that kernel version listed here is the version where device ID originally was added.
Linux Kernel: drivers/media/usb/dvb-usb-v2/anysee.c File Reference
Don’t know if I have to update the bug report though. First of all, please let me know if this is the correct forum for my question. As a work-around I have created a new user.
Try dmesg and lsusb commands the linnux way as with DVB-T sticks. There are many DVB-T clients to choose from. Krimpen aan den IJssel Albrandswaard In those cases DVB-T stick makes my day.
I have tried scanning all Caiway frequencies but also finding only a few services here. Krimpen aan den IJssel Albrandswaard these are It looks like bug is still in version 3.
media: anysee: fix non-working E30 Combo Plus DVB-T [Linux 3.13.3]
Indeed, you should let all the scans finish first. Some sticks are so well supported Linux already includes the driver needed.
The hardware I use is an USB 2. Disable “monitor signal quality”, then rescan. Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago. Uudempi teksti Vanhempi viesti Etusivu. Big thanks to Malcolm Priestley!
Playing the found channels did not worked. I found another link with similar information: Antsee around before you buy anything.