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24 minutes ago, NeoDude said:

Intriguing. I already use OSCAM in my VU+ cable box with Virgin Media. What would would OSCAM as docker be used for? The intrigued part of me is imagining something using this Docker with Plex Media Server and a DVB-C card  (if such a thing exists), am I barking up the correct tree?

 

You can just use the VU+ as a server and connect to that one from a client. Not sure if there are any support for card clients in Plex though. 

If you move OSCAM and the card to the server you need a new card reader as well. 

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@saarg

maybe it's only cosmetic, but that latest oscam update (you switch to another source for oscam, right?) shows as build version r0. which version actually is it? same as the last one from the streamboard source?

 

why i ask? you know my problems with tvheadend (posted on the tvheadend thread) since just a few days ago. in between i setup a complete new server (docker setup complete from scratch, incl. new usb stick in trial for unRAID) everything possible to think of (other destinations for recordings, etc.) – and now i'm struggling to find any other reasons, why my rock-solid tvh-docker has these super strange problems. and maybe, that would be my hope, maybe it's because of that new oscam build; that could explain alot and from the timeline would fit into this scenario.

 

question: could i please ask for that docker build before the change? i remember it was something like r11391. that would be awesome.

(i haven't found any tipps in regard of specifying a targeted version which to pull for the docker).

 

thx. alot saarg, i hope you can help me out.

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1 hour ago, s.Oliver said:

@saarg

maybe it's only cosmetic, but that latest oscam update (you switch to another source for oscam, right?) shows as build version r0. which version actually is it? same as the last one from the streamboard source?

 

why i ask? you know my problems with tvheadend (posted on the tvheadend thread) since just a few days ago. in between i setup a complete new server (docker setup complete from scratch, incl. new usb stick in trial for unRAID) everything possible to think of (other destinations for recordings, etc.) – and now i'm struggling to find any other reasons, why my rock-solid tvh-docker has these super strange problems. and maybe, that would be my hope, maybe it's because of that new oscam build; that could explain alot and from the timeline would fit into this scenario.

 

question: could i please ask for that docker build before the change? i remember it was something like r11391. that would be awesome.

(i haven't found any tipps in regard of specifying a targeted version which to pull for the docker).

 

thx. alot saarg, i hope you can help me out.

 

I didn't make the change in build source, so not sure why it doesn't have a version number, but had the same issue before also. It's the same guys developing I think. 

 

You can go to docker hub and look at the tags and then try one by one of the latest until it works again (maybe). Just add the tag after the repository in the repository box. Use a colon in front of the number. 

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3 hours ago, s.Oliver said:

@saarg

maybe it's only cosmetic, but that latest oscam update (you switch to another source for oscam, right?) shows as build version r0. which version actually is it? same as the last one from the streamboard source?

 

why i ask? you know my problems with tvheadend (posted on the tvheadend thread) since just a few days ago. in between i setup a complete new server (docker setup complete from scratch, incl. new usb stick in trial for unRAID) everything possible to think of (other destinations for recordings, etc.) – and now i'm struggling to find any other reasons, why my rock-solid tvh-docker has these super strange problems. and maybe, that would be my hope, maybe it's because of that new oscam build; that could explain alot and from the timeline would fit into this scenario.

 

question: could i please ask for that docker build before the change? i remember it was something like r11391. that would be awesome.

(i haven't found any tipps in regard of specifying a targeted version which to pull for the docker).

 

thx. alot saarg, i hope you can help me out.

 

 

The change in source was made because currently streamboard site is dead.

This is the alternative chosen https://launchpad.net/oscam and the last update was in august of this year.

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2 hours ago, saarg said:

 

I didn't make the change in build source, so not sure why it doesn't have a version number, but had the same issue before also. It's the same guys developing I think. 

 

You can go to docker hub and look at the tags and then try one by one of the latest until it works again (maybe). Just add the tag after the repository in the repository box. Use a colon in front of the number. 

 

thx. saarg  - i’ll try that later. 

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28 minutes ago, sparklyballs said:

 

 

The change in source was made because currently streamboard site is dead.

This is the alternative chosen https://launchpad.net/oscam and the last update was in august of this year.

 

Yeah, strange thing. That site was up for years and suddenly it disappeared.

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21 hours ago, saarg said:

 

I didn't make the change in build source, so not sure why it doesn't have a version number, but had the same issue before also. It's the same guys developing I think. 

 

You can go to docker hub and look at the tags and then try one by one of the latest until it works again (maybe). Just add the tag after the repository in the repository box. Use a colon in front of the number. 

 

that works, indeed. i used :66 and am back to r11391 of oscam.
my very first impressions is, it works as expected. but i want to test a little bit more, to see, that it's not a placebo effect.

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