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doglover

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Service refs

27 March 2020 - 15:31

Can somebody explain me the difference between:

 

1:0:19:578:0:0:30AC29:0:0:0:  Viasat Film Premiere Action
1:0:19:578:20:56:300000:0:0:0: Viasat Film Premiere Action

 

How are these different service refs obtained .

When I use Dreamset and read the channels from 4.8E from King-of-sat I get the second value.

 

However in the vHannibal settinglist the first value is given.

 

How come?

Or is this some clever clog who wants to do things a bit different?

 

Willy
 


Error in the channels file

5 March 2020 - 13:45

Last night, an corrupt channels file has been upoaded.

So it is possible that this morning, nobody could import EPG.

 

The channels file has been fixed and uploaded. But once you have downloaded the corrupt file this morning, you need to restart enigma2 to force a redownload of the new file.  (or wait until tomorrow).

 

Willy

 


NTPdate does not work on PLi7.2

1 March 2020 - 06:05

On the Zgemma Star S with OpenPLi 7.2 I get this:

root@sh1:~# ntpdate 1.be.pool.ntp.org
1 Mar 06:01:33 ntpdate[567]: no server suitable for synchronization found

on the Mutant HD2400 with OpenPLi 7.1 this is obeserved:

root@hd2400:~# ntpdate 1.be.pool.ntp.org
1 Mar 06:01:54 ntpdate[23602]: adjust time server 185.111.204.220 offset -0.001425 sec

Tried updating NTPdate, but no result.

 

Willy


Cron problem - what am I doing wrong?

28 February 2020 - 08:07

I am trying to run a cron job at boot time:

@reboot sleep 300 ; cp -f /media/HD2400/epg.dat /etc/epgimport/epg.dat ; wget http://192.168.178.15/api/loadepg

Tried also:

@reboot sleep 300 && cp -f /media/HD2400/epg.dat /etc/epgimport/epg.dat && wget http://192.168.178.15/api/loadepg

The bash commands, when entered in a telnet window, just work as expected.

 

However I find in the log for the box:

Feb 28 07:59:21 sh1 cron.err crond[428]: user root: parse error at @reboot
Feb 28 07:59:21 sh1 cron.err crond[428]: user root: parse error at sleep
Feb 28 07:59:21 sh1 cron.err crond[428]: user root: parse error at 300
Feb 28 07:59:21 sh1 cron.err crond[428]: user root: parse error at ;
Feb 28 07:59:21 sh1 cron.err crond[428]: user root: parse error at cp

I am making a mistake in the crontab, but I cannot figure out what it is.  Any help?

 

BTW: other crontabs just work prefectly.

 

Willy


Power Outage

2 December 2019 - 08:51

I have experienced, last night a power outing.

The EPG update of today will be ready around lunchtime.

 

Willy