On 04/30/2006 01:09 AM, Rich Kadel wrote:
> HELP PLEASE... Here is some more info.
> Here is the output from mythfrontend, and at the bottom are some
> "couts" that I inserted. I'm still lost as to why channel up/down
> does not work. Also, there is no OSD output displayed, even though
> SetText is being called when I press the channel up button.
> 1. Note that "persistentbrowsemode" is true. If I force it to
> "false", then CHANNELUP does change the channel, but still no on
> screen display of the channel number, and when I do it, suddenly I get
> a bunch of info messages saying "rebuffering", over and over, which
> causes screen flicker. So I'm leaving persistentbrowsemode on (as is
> the case in the output below).
> 2. Note that CHANNELUP causes a call to BrowseDispInfo, and thats
> where I've put some couts. The infoMap shows the channel is changing
> (10, 11, 12, etc.), but its not really changing on the screen. (Note
> that program_info is not null.)
> 3. There is some suspicious output. Maybe it is normal, but I have to
> point it out since I don't know.
> a. The RingBuf error about the invalid file: /var/store is writable
> and backend and frontend are on the same machine (this is not an NFS
> issue). I don't know why the date is 2001, or why it says it's an
> invalid file. I even tried clearing out /var/store but got the same
Normal. Don't worry about it.
> b. The BadMatch XError. Video displays anyway. I have an nVidia card
> with proper drivers.
You're probably using a card that doesn't support overlays (i.e. NVIDIA
GF6600 or something).
> c. If I change the channel by pressing a number key (e.g., 2),
> mythfrontend prints "rebuffering" info messages to the screen every
> second or more often, and I get flicker.
> Here is the output:
> [mythtv@knowbout2 libmythtv]$ mythfrontend
> 2006-04-29 21:34:56.186 Current Schema Version: 1137
> 2006-04-29 21:34:56.187 Newest Schema Version : 1123
> 2006-04-29 21:34:56.191 Database Schema upgrade complete, unlocking.
You do realize you just upgraded to SVN head, right? That means you
can't (with this database) go back to 0.19 or 0.19-fixes or 0.19.1 (when
released), etc. If you run SVN head, make sure you read the -dev and