Rick Gillyon

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  1. 6.6.6 are the latest DVB drivers. Don't update OS until updated DVB drivers are available. Check the plugin before updating.
  2. I'm getting this error with "This Week" for the last couple of weeks. Tried reinstalling the docker, clearing cache. Mylar works, just this one page is a problem. Any ideas? 500 Internal Server Error The server encountered an unexpected condition which prevented it from fulfilling the request. Traceback (most recent call last): File "/app/mylar/lib/cherrypy/_cprequest.py", line 670, in respond response.body = self.handler() File "/app/mylar/lib/cherrypy/lib/encoding.py", line 217, in __call__ self.body = self.oldhandler(*args, **kwargs) File "/app/mylar/lib/cherrypy/_
  3. TVHProxy is only a tuner proxy. So when you tell Plex to record something, it records it via TVH and puts it in a library. If you record things directly in TVH and want that to appear in Plex, share the recordings folder to Plex and add it as a Library in Plex.
  4. Set CA to show DockerHub in searches, install from there.
  5. Hmmm, installed 6.6.0 Open Source tonight, but afterwards my cards (both TBS 6205) wouldn't tune in tvheadend. Have reverted to 6.5.3 and all back on. Any pointers would be appreciated. Currently Installed Build unRAID Version: 6.6.0 Linux Kernel Version: 4.18.8 DVB Version: TBS (Open Source) & LibreELEC ATSC-C, DVB-C, DVB-S(2) & DVB-T(2) Driver Version: 200918 DVB Kernel: Detected DVB Adapter Drivers: Detected DVB Adapter 0: TurboSight TBS 6205 DVB-T/T2/C DVB Adapter 1: TurboSight TBS 6205 DVB-T/T2/C DVB Adapter 2: TurboSight TBS 6205 DVB-T/T2/C DVB Adapter 3: TurboSight TBS 6205
  6. I've tried TBS 6209 twice, both in unRAID and in Windows, both were detected but never able to tune anything. Ended up with two 6205s instead. It was pre-20180822 so maybe they've fixed it now.
  7. wrt this section in the config file: XMLTV-Channels = true # if true, any channel numbers specified in your M3U file will be used. Does anyone know what format the channel numbers need to be in the config file? Is it "#EXTINF:-1 tvg-chno="268" tvg-ID=" etc.?
  8. I'm on 6.5.3, do I need to install stock before the DVB builds or can I go straight to DVB RC4?
  9. Thanks, but that's not exactly what I'm looking for unless I've misunderstood. I want to prioritize HEVC but still allow it to download x264 if no x265 is available.
  10. Anyone know if there's a docker similar to Sonarr that allows you to prioritise x265/HEVC? I've been searching without any joy...
  11. That's not how I have /dev/dvb. In Advanced View of the docker:
  12. No need to scan or add muxes. Make sure your view level is Expert and set Service ID to 1. Untick Scan After Creation and Idle Scan, tick Skip Startup Scan. That way it'll add all the muxes without scanning.
  13. Create a new folder in appdata/tvheadend called data drop the m3u in there Add Automatic IPTV network address is file:///config/data/filename.m3u
  14. I think the network type on this, TVH and Plex should be br0. No idea if it'll help, I couldn't get that docker working and went back to tvhproxy.
  15. Certainly it has a lot of pauses and spinning circles on live TV, not a great solution.
  16. You need to enable Dockerhub searching in CA Settings: Then when search finds nothing hit the Dockerhub link:
  17. In setup it may tell you the proxy is not found, but it's still there and works. Mine shows: but it is working. EPG comes from Plex not tvhe.
  18. You're certain nothing else has grabbed that IP? No firewall/security that would block it?