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Users / Re: [Q] MythTV will not store recording schedules!
« on: June 12, 2007, 06:40:01 pm »
Good point, I will check it. As a matter of fact, I will open the database to everyone as a test, and see if it works. The strange thing is that mythfilldatabase does work.

Users / Re: [Q] GC100 operation
« on: June 12, 2007, 06:38:05 pm »
After you add it, you need to make sure you have set the proper baud rate in its configuration page ( you can access it by typing its IP in a browser from a computer in its internal network. (If you don't know the IP allocated for the GC100, you can find it in web admin / Interfaces, find GC100 in the list and go to 'Advanced'

Thank you for your reply! I do already have a good connection from my linuxmce machine to the gc100, and from there to the amplifier. I tested the connections by turning the amp off and on by sending the rs232 codes directly to tcpip port 4999, and it worked. However! I am not sure how to accomplish this within linuxmce.

Do I make the amp a child device of the gc100?

Thanks again,


Users / [Q] GC100 operation
« on: June 11, 2007, 05:12:06 pm »
Hi again,

A second question. I have a GC100 installed. There are some problems making it work, though. Here's my setup.

LinuxMCE is currently on the 192.168.2 network, which is the only one in use at the moment. The 192.168.80 internal network is not connected to anything. The GC100 is LinuxMCE is

When I use a utility on a windows laptop, I can directly send commands through tcpip to the gc100, and it works. But how do I set this up in linuxmce? I tried to follow the instructions, but I guess I am forgetting a step or two.
Could someone please shed some light on this? I would be very happy if I could send $<"PC_*11\r"> to an Arcam receiver connected to the gc100.



Users / [Q] MythTV will not store recording schedules!
« on: June 11, 2007, 05:05:33 pm »

The strangest thing is happening... After a fresh install, my mythtv will not store any recording schedules. I have TV, I can manually record anything I see on the TV, but when I schedule something for record, it does not get stored (i.e. remembered).
I noted that in the system overview, there is a non-functioning tuner 1, and a normal tuner 2, but I only have one Hauppauge PVR350.
Does anyone have an idea why this is, or which log file could help giving some insight?



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