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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 6:55 pm Reply with quote
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 9:53 pm Reply with quote
xyzzy
 
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Download latest drivers from linuxtv.org.

Use tvtime to check for analog channels.

Use my atscscan program to check for digital channels.

Unplug the cable from the hd-5500 and with changing anything try plugging it into something you know works and see if it can find channels. Maybe you are using the output from a cable box (don't do that) or have a bad splitter, outlet, cable, etc.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 1:47 pm Reply with quote
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I tried FC6 about a week ago. Since the V4L wouldn't compile for me, I ended up going backwards to an older version (FC4 2.6.12) with a kernel that had working dvb support for this card. I read somewhere that kernel 2.6.18 and 2.6.19 were broken. As of last week, 2.6.20 wasn't a packaged update for FC6 yet.

A forum STICKY with known broken kernels would be sweet for first timers. It may also help deflect frustration...

BTW - My picture quality is amazing. But my Athlon64 3400 can't handle the HD.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 5:22 pm Reply with quote
helikart
 
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Thanks for the replies guys,

bzlxj, is there another way of going about the broken kernel support? Howcome other distros don't have these problems. Or do they? I would just hate to go backwards on kernel version, since there are reasons that old kernels are being patched and improved.

xyzzy,
I don't have a cable box and I think the cables/splitters are OK, because my MythTV works fine with the PVR500s.

When I do a scan for the analog channels in MythTV using the digital tuner, I don't get any signal for them.

As far as the output for atscscan, here it is:

Code:

./atscscan -h -v -p 2 148
atscscan V1.49 Copyright (C) 2006 Trent Piepho <xyzzy@speakeasy.org>
With ignore signal stength hack for LGDT3303
Linux DVB based ATSC OTA/Cable channel scanning tool
Using DVB adapter #0
Verbose output turned on
Using HRC US Cable frequencies w/ QAM
Using front-end: LG Electronics LGDT3303 VSB/QAM Frontend
LGDT330x Front-end detected, disabling signal strength checking
Tuner range 54 MHz to 858 MHz, 62500 Hz stepsize
Front-end capabilities:
  VSB-8
  QAM-64
  QAM-256
QAM Auto not supported, falling back to 256-QAM
Tuning to channel 2 (54.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 3 (60.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 4 (66.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 5 (78.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 6 (84.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 7 (174.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 8 (180.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 9 (186.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 10 (192.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 11 (198.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 12 (204.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 13 (210.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 14 (120.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 15 (126.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 16 (132.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 17 (138.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 18 (144.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 19 (150.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 20 (156.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 21 (162.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 22 (168.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 23 (216.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 24 (222.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 25 (228.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 26 (234.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 27 (240.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 28 (246.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 29 (252.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 30 (258.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 31 (264.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 32 (270.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 33 (276.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 34 (282.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 35 (288.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 36 (294.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 37 (300.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 38 (306.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 39 (312.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 40 (318.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 41 (324.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 42 (330.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 43 (336.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 44 (342.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 45 (348.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 46 (354.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 47 (360.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 48 (366.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 49 (372.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 50 (378.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 51 (384.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 52 (390.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 53 (396.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 54 (402.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 55 (408.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 56 (414.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 57 (420.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 58 (426.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 59 (432.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 60 (438.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 61 (444.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 62 (450.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 63 (456.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 64 (462.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 65 (468.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 66 (474.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 67 (480.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 68 (486.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 69 (492.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 70 (498.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 71 (504.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 72 (510.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 73 (516.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 74 (522.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 75 (528.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 76 (534.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 77 (540.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 78 (546.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 79 (552.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 80 (558.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 81 (564.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 82 (570.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 83 (576.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 84 (582.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 85 (588.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 86 (594.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 87 (600.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 88 (606.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 89 (612.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 90 (618.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 91 (624.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 92 (630.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 93 (636.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 94 (642.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 95 (90.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 96 (96.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 97 (102.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 98 (108.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 99 (114.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 100 (648.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 101 (654.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 102 (660.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 103 (666.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 104 (672.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 105 (678.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 106 (684.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 107 (690.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 108 (696.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 109 (702.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 110 (708.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 111 (714.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 112 (720.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 113 (726.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 114 (732.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 115 (738.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 116 (744.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 117 (750.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 118 (756.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 119 (762.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 120 (768.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 121 (774.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 122 (780.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 123 (786.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 124 (792.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 125 (798.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Channel 126 out of range
Channel 127 out of range
Channel 128 out of range
Channel 129 out of range
Channel 130 out of range
Channel 131 out of range
Channel 132 out of range
Channel 133 out of range
Channel 134 out of range
Channel 135 out of range
Channel 136 out of range
Channel 137 out of range
Channel 138 out of range
Channel 139 out of range
Channel 140 out of range
Channel 141 out of range
Channel 142 out of range
Channel 143 out of range
Channel 144 out of range
Channel 145 out of range
Channel 146 out of range
Channel 147 out of range
Channel 148 out of range


Any more suggestions are greatly welcome.

Thanks,

Tom
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 8:36 am Reply with quote
bzlxj
 
Joined: 15 Feb 2007
Posts: 16




You can either wait for FC6 to add 2.6.20 to the list of package updates, or download the kernel and sources and compile it yourself. Playing with Linux consumes enough of my time, so I've given up on compiling custom kernels-- it's been a few years.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 9:07 am Reply with quote
helikart
 
Joined: 17 Feb 2007
Posts: 12




bzlxj wrote:
You can either wait for FC6 to add 2.6.20 to the list of package updates, or download the kernel and sources and compile it yourself. Playing with Linux consumes enough of my time, so I've given up on compiling custom kernels-- it's been a few years.



I totally agree. Is there maybe a different HD tuner supporting QAM that just works in linux? Maybe Fusion5 - as far as I've read, it seems to be working?

Thanks,

Tom
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 10:14 am Reply with quote
bzlxj
 
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Posts: 16




This tuner does "just work." It is the kernel that is broken. I know it is a PITA, but it only got worse with FC6. Even the automatic update engine was broken in the stock version.

Try and find a distribution with kernel 2.6.20 or one that is between 2.6.12 and 2.6.17.

Any chance you have an older distribution version you can use?
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 2:12 pm Reply with quote
xyzzy
 
Joined: 12 Feb 2006
Posts: 225




You're sure your cable system is using HRC frequencies?

Have you tried updating to the latest drivers from linuxtv.org yet?

You didn't say what happens when you tried tvtime. I don't see any evidence that you've looked for analog channels with the HD-5500.

The PVR-500 is an analog only card, so just because it gets a good analog signal doesn't mean the HD-5500 is getting a good digital signal. AFAIK, your hd-5500 can't get any digital channels because you don't have any to receive.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2007 11:12 pm Reply with quote
bzlxj
 
Joined: 15 Feb 2007
Posts: 16




O.K. Tried this again and everything works for me. I did not use any of the PCHDTV provided drivers or tools. Everything is stock FC6 (with minimal updates including the kernel) and packages from ATRPMS. Kernel Version is 2.6.19-1.2911.fc6

I have a PVR-150 and the 5500.

TVTIME does not work with this setup. You'll get the channel for a second then lose it.

Mythtv works and provides a lot of tools to help set up the cards. For instance, you can scroll through /dev/video0 /dev/video1 etc and it lists the brand and model of the card associated with each output. I setup the DVB card as a DVB device and not as the PCHD5500 that was autodetected. Also the channel scanning tools appear to be properly reporting the signal strength. The card won't scan if it isn't working. If it scans and doesn't lock, then you don't have ATSC signals.

One hiccup I had was while installing the ivtv driver. Install the appropriate ivtv-kmdl first. If you try 'yum install ivtv' it will try to install an earlier kernel. Not good.

Follow along with www.wilsonet.com for all your mythtv and fedora needs.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 1:55 am Reply with quote
xyzzy
 
Joined: 12 Feb 2006
Posts: 225




bzlxj wrote:

TVTIME does not work with this setup. You'll get the channel for a second then lose it.

This happens when you try to watch an analog channel and a digital channel at the same time. There is only one tuner and you can only tune to one channel at a time. Some other program you were running was tuned to a digital channel at the same time you were trying to use tvtime.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 8:03 am Reply with quote
bzlxj
 
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Posts: 16




This makes sense... I think the digital tuner stays open when exiting the mythtv frontend. It also must happen when switching between analog and digital in mythtv because the audio streams tend to overlap. This is o.k. when watching the analog because a signal loss on the digital means no audio, but switching back to digital changes the analog audio to static.

I'll have to look into this more. Thanks for the tip.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 3:35 pm Reply with quote
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It seems MythTV monopolizes the capture cards. I could use TVTime with my HD-3000 before I installed MythTV, afterwards I couid not.

I seem to recall that if I manually shut down all of the MythTV processes, I could then view analog with TVTime again.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2007 1:06 pm Reply with quote
helikart
 
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Hi guys,
I had some issues with failed RAM modules, so I didn't get to play with things as much as I wanted to. However, everything is fine now and it's time to get my digital tuner to work.

Back to business:
xyzzy wrote:
You're sure your cable system is using HRC frequencies?

I am not sure, but that's what I've been using with my PVR 500s' and it's been working fine. - btw, the output below I get is the same for -h and -c flags

xyzzy wrote:
Have you tried updating to the latest drivers from linuxtv.org yet?

I have and it made now difference. Based on posted messages, others seemed to get it to work without them, so I guess it's not the drivers.

xyzzy wrote:
You didn't say what happens when you tried tvtime. I don't see any evidence that you've looked for analog channels with the HD-5500.

I tried Tvtime, but I wasn't able to make it use my HD-5500 and not use ivtv. The error I am getting ("videoinput: Card failed to allocate capture buffers: Invalid arguments").

So, what I ended up doing now, is that I put the tuner in my other computer, tried tvtime and the only channels I am getting are 5 & 6 which also have bad quality (only black & white, and very noisy). But I'm doing at least better than before. Now, I know that there are some local channels in HD, so I used the atscscan but found nothing.
Here's the output:
Code:

./atscscan -c 2 110
atscscan V1.49 Copyright (C) 2006 Trent Piepho <xyzzy@speakeasy.org>
With ignore signal stength hack for LGDT3303
Linux DVB based ATSC OTA/Cable channel scanning tool
Using DVB adapter #0
Using Standard US Cable frequencies w/ QAM
LGDT330x Front-end detected, disabling signal strength checking
QAM Auto not supported, falling back to 256-QAM
Tuning to channel 2 (57.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 3 (63.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 4 (69.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 5 (79.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 6 (85.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 7 (177.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 8 (183.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 9 (189.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 10 (195.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 11 (201.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 12 (207.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 13 (213.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 14 (123.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 15 (129.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 16 (135.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 17 (141.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 18 (147.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 19 (153.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 20 (159.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 21 (165.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 22 (171.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 23 (219.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 24 (225.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 25 (231.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 26 (237.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 27 (243.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 28 (249.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 29 (255.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 30 (261.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 31 (267.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 32 (273.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 33 (279.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 34 (285.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
.
.
.

I then tried it with just an antenna and got the following:
Code:

./atscscan -o 2 110
atscscan V1.49 Copyright (C) 2006 Trent Piepho <xyzzy@speakeasy.org>
With ignore signal stength hack for LGDT3303
Linux DVB based ATSC OTA/Cable channel scanning tool
Using DVB adapter #0
Using OTA US Broadcast frequencies w/ 8-VSB
LGDT330x Front-end detected, disabling signal strength checking
Tuning to channel 2 (57.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 3 (63.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 4 (69.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 5 (79.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 6 (85.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 7 (177.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 8 (183.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 9 (189.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 10 (195.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 11 (201.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 12 (207.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 13 (213.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 14 (473.0000 MHz): # LOCK Strength = 0.0%
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
Timeout waiting for data to arrive.
There is probably no station you can receive on this frequency.
Error getting table!
Unable to receive PAT, giving up on this channel
Tuning to channel 15 (479.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 16 (485.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 17 (491.0000 MHz): # LOCK Strength = 0.0%
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
Payload unit start not found!
Error getting table!
Unable to receive PAT, giving up on this channel
Tuning to channel 18 (497.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 19 (503.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 20 (509.0000 MHz): # LOCK Strength = 0.0%
Program 1: 20.3  (No PSIP data)         PMT 0030h
    Stream 0: PID 0031h       MPEG-2 Video (02h)
    Stream 1: PID 0034h         AC-3 Audio (81h)
Program 2: 20.4  (No PSIP data)         PMT 0040h
    Stream 0: PID 0041h       MPEG-2 Video (02h)
    Stream 1: PID 0044h         AC-3 Audio (81h)
Tuning to channel 21 (515.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 22 (521.0000 MHz): # LOCK Strength = 0.0%
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
Payload unit start not found!
Error getting table!
error getting PMT for program 3 (PID 48)
Program 2: 22.4  (No PSIP data)         PMT 0040h
    Stream 0: PID 0041h       MPEG-2 Video (02h)
    Stream 1: PID 0044h         AC-3 Audio (81h)
Tuning to channel 23 (527.0000 MHz): ## LOCK Strength = 0.0%
Timeout waiting for data to arrive.
There is probably no station you can receive on this frequency.
Error getting table!
Unable to receive PAT, giving up on this channel
Tuning to channel 24 (533.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 25 (539.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 26 (545.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 27 (551.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 28 (557.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 29 (563.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 30 (569.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 31 (575.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 32 (581.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 33 (587.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 34 (593.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 35 (599.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 36 (605.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 37 (611.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 38 (617.0000 MHz): # LOCK Strength = 0.0%
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
Payload unit start not found!
Error getting table!
Unable to receive PAT, giving up on this channel
Tuning to channel 39 (623.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 40 (629.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 41 (635.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 42 (641.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 43 (647.0000 MHz): # LOCK Strength = 0.0%
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
transport error
Payload unit start not found!
Error getting table!
Unable to receive PAT, giving up on this channel
Tuning to channel 44 (653.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 45 (659.0000 MHz): # LOCK Strength = 0.0%
Program 1: 45.3  (No PSIP data)         PMT 0030h
    Stream 0: PID 0031h       MPEG-2 Video (02h)
    Stream 1: PID 0034h         AC-3 Audio (81h)
Tuning to channel 46 (665.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 47 (671.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 48 (677.0000 MHz): ## LOCK Strength = 0.0%
Timeout waiting for data to arrive.
There is probably no station you can receive on this frequency.
Error getting table!
Unable to receive PAT, giving up on this channel
Tuning to channel 49 (683.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 50 (689.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 51 (695.0000 MHz): #### LOCK Strength = 0.0%
Timeout waiting for data to arrive.
There is probably no station you can receive on this frequency.
Error getting table!
Unable to receive PAT, giving up on this channel
Tuning to channel 52 (701.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 53 (707.0000 MHz): # LOCK Strength = 0.0%
Timeout waiting for data to arrive.
There is probably no station you can receive on this frequency.
Error getting table!
Unable to receive PAT, giving up on this channel
Tuning to channel 54 (713.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 55 (719.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 56 (725.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 57 (731.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 58 (737.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 59 (743.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 60 (749.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 61 (755.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 62 (761.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 63 (767.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 64 (773.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 65 (779.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 66 (785.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 67 (791.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 68 (797.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Tuning to channel 69 (803.0000 MHz): ###### Unable to tune channel
Channel 70 out of range


Any ideas on what to try next?

Thanks,
Tom
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2007 10:45 pm Reply with quote
helikart
 
Joined: 17 Feb 2007
Posts: 12




Update: Using my other machine, I can get all of the analog channels through tvtime now - I do need to use cable-hrc frequency table. However, still no go on the digital tuner.
Any suggestions on how to get that part to work?

Thanks,

Tom
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2007 11:25 pm Reply with quote
xyzzy
 
Joined: 12 Feb 2006
Posts: 225




Try the latest drivers from linuxtv.org. I can tell you're not using them because the signal strength shouldn't be zero.

dtvscan and dtvsignal won't work for you because they don't support HRC cable. atscscan should work, but I see it's using the wrong frequencies. It turns out there was a bug if you had both an HD-5500 and HRC cable. I have neither, so I was never able to test that. Try downloading it again, this version should work.
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