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Timeshift Support
#76
(2013-01-03, 18:35)derelict Wrote:
(2013-01-03, 13:06)dushmaniac Wrote: seek operations have been disabled in the add-on on purpose
Is there any specific reason, why it has been disabled on purpose ?
yes, it doesn't work yet
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#77
hi guys

just cloned a fresh repo and executed the steps below.
but now i do not have a timeshift tab anymore and timshift doesn't work.

HTS Tvheadend 3.3.258~g2798896-dirty

git clone https://github.com/tvheadend/tvheadend.git
cd tvheadend
git checkout feature/timeshift
./configure --enable-timeshift
make
make install

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#78
(2013-01-05, 00:31)basco Wrote: hi guys

just cloned a fresh repo and executed the steps below.
but now i do not have a timeshift tab anymore and timshift doesn't work.

HTS Tvheadend 3.3.258~g2798896-dirty

git clone https://github.com/tvheadend/tvheadend.git
cd tvheadend
git checkout feature/timeshift
./configure --enable-timeshift
make
make install

Same problem here

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#79
All,

try again now. The problem was I was in the process of updating things and hadn't had a chance to properly check it all through (and accidentally pushed the mods). The summary is that I changed all the configuration and added it on a sep tab (but that failed to display due to a missing line of code when I merged in master).

You must now reconfigure your timeshift settings (on the new tab) as all old config is ignored.

Adam
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#80
Hum... I have

git clone https://github.com/tvheadend/tvheadend.git
cd tvheadend
git checkout feature/timeshift
./configure --enable-timeshift
make
sudo make install

I just get no connection in xbmcbuntu, but I can configure timeshift settings from web.
But if I reconfigure with no timeshift option,

./configure (with no time shift)
make
sudo make install

It works fine, with no timeshift!!!!

Vitor
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#81
Oops!!!

I've retry it, working now!!!
Sorry
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#82
Yep, working now.

But when i zap too fast i get a 'disconnected from 'hts-theadend' ' message in xbmc and tvheadend crashes on my server.
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#83
yeah I've been told it crashes when zapping quickly, this was something I tested when I first wrote it and some bugs were fixed in this area, but its possible something has crept in during recent re-factoring.

It's on my list to check.

Adam
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#84
good to hear that adam!
ive just rebuilt my tvh without timeshift and it does not crash when zapping quickly.
3.3.264~gf2ad001-dirty
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#85
For those still reading this thread. I have just merged timeshift into master, it now has some basic seek/skip support, though I'm still working on the pvr.hts modifications to make use of this.

Also --enable-timeshift is not required, this is the default.

Adam
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#86
Great news, thanks!

How stable is the current master? Are you going to make a new minor release 3.2.x?
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#87
Thank you for the ongoing efforts Adam, this is awesome progress.
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#88
great to hear it's in master.
did you fix the quick zap issue?

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#89
Not sure which branch it came from, but my favourite part of the recent work is that the WebUI video player now actually works in Chrome for the first time ever, yay!
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#90
Great, thank you.
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