mtdean at thirdcontact
Jul 25, 2012, 6:36 AM
Post #4 of 5
On 07/25/2012 09:23 AM, EJS wrote:
>> when I try to tune 7_1 through LiveTV, it seems to get a partial lock and then I
>> receive an "error opening jump program file buffer." In the backend logs I
>> see the following error message(s):
>> Jul 24 18:14:24 mythbackend: E DVBRead dtvsignalmonitor.cpp:347 (HandlePMT)
>> DTVSM(/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0): Wrong PMT; pmt->pn(11004) desired(11003)
>> After deleting my video sources, adapters and channels, and truncating the
>> channelscan, channelscan_channel, channelscan_dtv_multiplex tables, and
>> then setting everything up again from scratch, I am still seeing the exact same behavior.
> After a bit more research I was able to confirm that the problem is only related to LiveTV. I can record channel 7_1 without a problem. So, just to be on the safe side, I went back deleted all the channels, adapters, video sources as well as truncating all related tables again (channelscan, channelscan_channel, channelscan_dtv_multiplex, and a few others), rebooted, and set up everything a third time from scratch (maybe its a fourth or fifth time by now). Unfortunately, everything is still behaving exactly the same. Recording works, LiveTV does not. I also checked to make sure that "Quick Tuning" was set to "Never"; so why would LiveTV be any different than recording?
> Would anyone have a suggestion at this point? I haven't seen any recommendations on this list beyond deleting everything and rescanning. (Of Which Mike seems to be a very big proponent.)
> Would it be worth it to try to scan using dvbscan instead of myth? Is the problem even related to scanning since recordings actually work.
> Thanks in advance for any pointers or suggestions. I'd really like to get my live TV back.
In mythtv-setup, change your capture cards to "Use quick tuning"
"Never". It's probably set to "Live TV only," right now.
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