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DarkSky

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Great!

You can create ~/.config/mpv/config file and put the mpv command line options in it and everytime you run mpv it will pick it up. So all you would put in updatedvb is:

mpv
/dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0

nano ~/.config/mpv/config              # enter these lines then save and exit (No -- prefaces):

vo=opengl
hwdec=cuda
iz5rng

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Hello, I use updatedvb from inside qtcreator pressing the green arrow.
But, ho can I do a compiled version without open qtcreator each time?

Sorry but I am not an ace of linux...

Thank you
Massimo.
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That is a forked question. lol

You build the updatedvb binary in qtcreator after that you just run the updatedvb binary with out qtcreator. After that the built updateDVB binary will be in a directory in your home directory; usually in the updatedvb src tree directory. Depends on how you configured the project. Then you can copy the binary to your desktop and double click on it.

I never use qtcreator to compile here; the command line way is faster. Especially using the raspberry pi:

git clone https://bitbucket.org/majortom/updatedvb
cd updatedvb
/opt/Qt/5.8/gcc_64/bin/qmake                         # The version number in the path may be different on your machine
make -j6
./updateDVB                    # To test

If the test is good copy updateDVB binary to your desktop:

cp updateDVB ~/Desktop
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DarkSky

You can create ~/.config/mpv/config file

Thanks! I did not think of that.

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Played around with Qt designer to add another label widget, to add the bandwidth of the tuned signal,
ie if satellite... bw can be assumed as =  symbol_rate * (1 + rolloff_factor)
Need to think about what to do with it for other delivery systems, like ATSC or DVB-T.
Suggestions welcome..




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Screenshot_2017-05-22_08-08-38.png 

Please look at USALS area. 

Is there a reason that the last GO position implemented can't be shown.
If I was doing a belt scan before shutting the system down for the day I honestly forget
where I left off. Especially if not going back to it for a couple of days.

Should be able to implement it and save to /.config/UDL/updateDVB.conf unless someone can tell
me why it won't work.

Looking for input.

Thank you



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That sounds like a good suggestion. The same might be applicable to GoToX.
I have never had any means to use USALS, and I haven't been able to test GoToX since the Prof Power
LNB Power died again.

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BTW Andy, did you ever pick up a hauppauge 955Q, or no??
If you have, let me know... been testing a small little hack for that guy..

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Quote:
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BTW Andy, did you ever pick up a hauppauge 955Q, or no??
If you have, let me know... been testing a small little hack for that guy..


No, I haven't. Have two HVR-1600s  for my desktop and a 950Q for my field work.
Been looking at getting a RTL-SDR to play with. Maybe if I can find a good price on both
RTL-SDR and 955Q somewhere.

Will your little hack work on the 950Q or just usable on the 955Q?

Thanks for the feedback on USALS.

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