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Krimpen aan den IJssel Albrandswaard these are It is possible to install latest LinuxTV. When I logon as that user via http: As a work-around I have created a new user. My thought was to fill the channels but when I check ‘General’ it still says ‘Muxes awaiting initial scan: I have enabled ‘idle scanning’ and for the 4 frequencies entered I now see a MuxId by 2 off them.

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Hi Alex,Thanks for your answers.

Anysee – LinuxTVWiki

Fixed for Kernel 3. If you have device you wish s30 donate you can send it to my address. Try to find information which hints whether your stick works on Linux “out-of-the-box”. I followed the guidlines on http: So I removed all multiplexes and added them back by hand. Big thanks to Malcolm Priestley!

Maybe try adding the mux by hand? It seems that for some reason the super user account created during the initial setup cannot be used to view tv. Information is distributed on different muxes than the mux itself.

Although there where muxes present for some reason tvhead did not found more. Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago. I have just started with tvheadend on my Ubuntu Might be, One thing might be worth trying: I did notice that some providers use a different way of sending information about muxes specifically Ziggo, which I use, does this to confuse users and to avoid people using their own hardware, but maybe also CaiWay uses a similar system.


Linux source code: drivers/media/dvb/dvb-usb/anysee.c (v) – Bootlin

Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago Hi, First of all, please let me know if this is the correct forum for my question I have just started with tvheadend on my Ubuntu Next I updated TVHeadend to version 3. Somehow the monitoring resulted in reduced signal quality, which resulted in not-working muxes although the actual signal is not that bad This had to do with the hardware ID of the anysee unit, which in the newest units is I am guessing it must be something with the anysee driver as the windows software does find all the services Caiway provides.

I have tried scanning all Caiway frequencies but also finding only a few services here. Hi Alex, I have tried scanning all Caiway frequencies but also finding only a few services here. After mapping the dvb services to channels I was able to watch TV with Tvheadend. There is another useful command: It does not work since wrong hardware profile.


If you look at the photos below you see see two very well supported DVB-T sticks. After this, anusee tvheadend and look if all channels are now scanned appropriately.

If you really want some bugfix or enhancement, ask if I can do that: The other thing I ran into was that when I created a user in tvheadend via Firefox 15 on Ubuntu I have got some early revision which differs versions seen in the public.

Did you look at this: Try dmesg and anyee commands the same way as with DVB-T sticks. The strange thing is that the number of services e03 only 14, while there are much more services.

media: anysee: fix non-working E30 Combo Plus DVB-T [Linux 3.13.3]

Please check first from that list of devices if I have it already. It seems a muxid is necessary, without it services are not found and therefore can not be used.

There is different NIM used.