HOW-TO Compile Tvheadend & HDHomerun on Synology NAS

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gates Offline
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Post: #511
Hi,

Any news on hdhomerum driver for DSM 5.1 ?
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gates Offline
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Post: #512
Hi everybody, and Happy New Year

hdhomerum driver for DSM 5.1 are apparently tricky to make,
But I've discovered in this post https://github.com/SynoCommunity/spksrc/pull/931
that new Tvheadend version (3.9.2xxx) support hdhomerum diver natively.

thx jdierkse for your spk ! Smile
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Could use some help....

- I have the latest tvheadend-testing compile from http://syno.dierkse.nl/ (Version 3.9.2525-1). It starts up successfully and I enter the web console.
- I have an HDHomerun Prime unit and all three tuners are recognized as dvb-c types.
- When I create a network I must select dvb-c as the type otherwise it won't let me pair it with one of the tuners which are of type dvb-c.
- The issue is that all the predefined muxes for dvb-c are non-U.S. .... the only predefined muxes for the U.S. are under ATSC tuner types.

I would prefer not to have to manually type all the frequencies in if I don't have to. What am I doing wrong? I have also tried to copy a U.S. predefined Muxes list to the dvb-c directory with all the non-U.S listings but it still doesn't pick it up.

Any help is appreciated!

Thanks!
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Post: #514
Is there a version that works with the DS215j..?

It's the Arm 375 chipset..

(I see it's been added now... Thank you..)

Big Grin
(This post was last modified: 2015-06-14 11:41 by MortUK74.)
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