Try to find information which hints whether your stick works on Linux “out-of-the-box”. Is there a way to force a scan, other than restarting tvheadend? I am guessing it must be something with the anysee driver as the windows software does find all the services Caiway provides. Once it was done I had reached my goal. Please correct me if I am wrong. 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 Setup Kaffeine in Ubuntu

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Thanks again for your help. There is another useful command: This seems to be a common issue at least it was some time ago. Anysee E30 S2 Plus.

Linux Kernel: drivers/media/usb/dvb-usb-v2/anysee.c File Reference

Although there where linud present for some reason tvhead did not found more. Try to find information which hints whether your stick works on Linux “out-of-the-box”. Krimpen aan den IJssel Albrandswaard these are Added by Arend van der Boom over 6 years ago. You can try to enable “idle scanning”but for a complete rescan you need to restart as far as i know.



Device IDs are usually back-ported to older stable linxu too, which means there could be support even kernel is older than listed here.

Is there a way anyses force a scan, other than restarting tvheadend? Krimpen aan den IJssel Albrandswaard After booting Ubuntu the unit is detected as ‘ID 1c Like modulators, signal meters, analyzers, sniffers If you really want some bugfix or enhancement, ask if I can do that: Information is distributed on different muxes than the mux itself.

Although that everything is given for free as a community project, the development has cost tens thousands of euros for me This had to do with the hardware ID of the anysee unit, which in the newest units is You could probably use the same details for your initial mux in tvheadend also. Please check first from that list of devices if I have it already.

[linux-dvb] Anysee E30 C Plus + MPEG-4?

Anysre the stick, open terminal and on command line type in the following command: Hi Alex, Thanks for your answers. Hi Alex,Thanks for your answers.


Hi Alex, I have tried scanning all Caiway frequencies but also finding only a few services here. Not all apps do the same! I got an HTTP error.

There are many DVB-T clients to choose from. So, basically try to start clean and then manually add the “start-mux” following the parameters as given in the links for your region first?

Try dmesg and lsusb commands the same way as with DVB-T sticks. As a work-around I have created a new user. What does that mean?

I have enabled ‘idle scanning’ and for the 4 frequencies entered I now see a MuxId by 2 off them. Many Linux distributions support them. If you look at the photos below you see see two very well supported DVB-T sticks.

It seems some sort of driver issue, not tvheadend as far as I can see.