scott at vk7hse.hobby-site.org
Thu Aug 27 05:46:54 BST 2009
Simple! sudo apt-get install dvb-apps or search for dvb-apps in synaptic :)
On Thursday 27 August 2009 13:53:05 dean wrote:
> Scott Evans wrote:
> > This depends on your local! the dvb-apps package has channel information
> > for major places on the planet! but if you're after creating your own
> > then grab w_scan and then use...
> > w_scan -X > channels.conf
> > here's how to use w_scan...
> > usage: w_scan [options...]
> > -f type frontend type
> > What programs do you want to search for?
> > a = atsc (vsb/qam)
> > c = cable
> > s = sat
> > t = terrestrian [default]
> > -A N specify ATSC type
> > 1 = Terrestrial [default]
> > 2 = Cable
> > 3 = both, Terrestrial and Cable
> > -c choose your country here:
> > DE, UK, US, AU, ..
> > ? for list
> > -s choose your satellite here:
> > S19E2, S13E0, S15W0, ..
> > ? for list
> > ---output switches---
> > -k generate channels.dvb for kaffeine
> > -X tzap/czap/xine output instead of vdr channels.conf
> > -x generate initial tuning data for (dvb-)scan
> > -H view extended help (experts only)
> Hey Scott,
> Thanks the dvb-apps package is interesting, how do I go about installing
> Best Regards,
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