marco.nelissen at gmail
Aug 1, 2012, 3:43 PM
Post #5 of 8
On Wed, Aug 1, 2012 at 8:44 AM, John Pilkington <J.Pilk [at] tesco> wrote:
Re: what does "#" mean in the tuner column?
[In reply to]
> On 01/08/12 15:51, Yeechang Lee wrote:
>> John Pilkington <J.Pilk [at] tesco> says:
>>> It means the tuner number is greater than 9 - and probably that you
>>> aren't running 0.25. IIRC it wasn't possible to display two-digit
>>> numbers. I don't know why all your tuner numbers are so high.
>>> Maybe you rescanned without deleting them all first?
>> Not Marco, but in my case on 0.24, three HDHomeRun Prime tuners
>> (which, in 0.24, appear as tuners 1, 3, and 5, with no way to skip 2,
>> 4, and 6) and two HDHomeRun ATSC tuners with multirec (7-10).
> Fair enough, but Marco said they were /all/ showing the #. My system
> status at one point showed over 20 tuners, mostly inaccessible. I think
> the problem there was non-matching hostnames, and IIRC there were only two
> hardware tuners. Now I see 14; 2 sets of 5, 2 sets of 2 from four hardware
> tuners on three hardware DVB-T devices.
I recently rebuilt my machine, and at some point I deleted all the tuners
and re-added them. I guess that increased the numbering, since the first
tuner is now #12.