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Thursday, October 27th 2011, 8:43am

Tv-Anytime

Hello ,

First of all i would like to comment on how nice your Yavdr is , I have been testing several other systems recently,

The 1 noted missing feature for me is the functionality of "Series link" i.e record a show no matter what time it is on.

Do you have any plans on implementing this ,

I do note that somebody has created a perl script to do this however i have not looked to much into it yet

(http://projects.vdr-developer.org/projects/vdrtva)

Thanks for all your Efforts

Darren

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Info for new

vdr stop
sudo apt-get install dvb-apps
scan -x 0 -o vdr -a 0 /usr/share/dvb/dvb-t/au-Goldcoast >> /etc/vdr/channels.conf
vdr start

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Thursday, October 27th 2011, 9:00am

You can do this with the epgsearch plugin.
VDR1: Asus M3N78-EM mit Sempron 140, 2GB, Cine2 Dual DVB S2,Atric, yaVDR 0.5 stable, Gehäuse Modushop CD21
VDR2: ASUS M2N-SLI,2GB, TT1600, Zotac GT210, yaVDR 0.4 im Mozart SX Gehäuse, Atric
VDR3: Activy 300 , FF Fusi 1.3 + , Celeron 1100, Gen2Vdr AE (momentan defekt)

VDR0: Lintec Senior Gehäuse,Technotrend 1.6, Siemens D1215 Mainboard mit Celeron 1000,Pabst Lüfter, EasyVDR 0.5, KäptnKoma Display 260x64,Schäfer Front (ausgemustert)