Is there a way to force a scan, other than restarting tvheadend? If you really want some bugfix or enhancement, ask if I can do that: Some sticks are so well supported Linux already includes the driver needed. Please check first from that list of devices if I have it already. Information is distributed on different muxes than the mux itself. Anysee E30 S2 Plus.

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Try dmesg and lsusb commands the same way as with DVB-T sticks. Attach the stick, open terminal and on command line type in the following command: Might be, One thing might be worth trying: As a work-around I have created a new user.

Arend van der Boom wrote: Tvheadend is working Provider Caiway region Ubuntu I am happy to see new hardware too. Next I updated TVHeadend to version 3.

Many Linux distributions support them. I have tried scanning all Caiway frequencies but also finding only a few services here. My thought was to fill the channels. Pinux seems that for some reason the super user account created during the initial setup cannot be used to view tv.


Still, I only see far less channels than when I look via Windows.

Linux Kernel: drivers/media/usb/dvb-usb-v2/anysee.c File Reference

Maybe try adding the mux by hand? Big thanks to Malcolm Priestley! There are many DVB-T clients to choose from. Try to find information which hints whether your stick works lknux Linux “out-of-the-box”. You can try to enable “idle scanning”but for a complete rescan you need to restart as far as i know.

Every now and then IP network of my Internet operator is down for, God knows, what reason. Like modulators, signal meters, analyzers, sniffers What if you are living in anhsee area which has a cable TV connections only? The hardware I use is an USB 2. I am guessing it must be something with the anysee driver as the windows software does find all the services Caiway provides.

Fixed for Kernel 3. Although there where muxes present for some reason tvhead did not found more. Hi Alex,Thanks for your answers. Disable “monitor signal quality”, then rescan. I can enjoy TV series and don’t need to worry if internet anyswe down.


When choosing a DVB-T stick for Linux, pay attention to the name of the manufacturer and the model of the stick. There is another useful command: I have got some early revision which differs versions seen in the public.


I found another link with similar information: Playing the found channels did not worked. Device IDs are usually back-ported to older stable kernels too, which means there could be support even kernel is older than listed here.

I have just started with tvheadend on my Ubuntu Thanks again for your help.