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Quote:Ok I was looking up the locale_alias and changed it to language = "de_CH.ISO8859-1". Seems to work. however there is a next error coming up:-).

Any idea what I need to change?

ITPV Recorder error parsing dates. 

Log file: 

2019-04-20 11:43:02.612 T:123145507229696   ERROR: "IPTV Recorder: Error parsing dates (time data 'Saturday, April 20, 2019, 12:03 PM' does not match format '%A, %B %d, %Y, %I:%M %p')"
 

What locale is Kodi showing the program date in Kodi \ TV \ Guide ?
Is it in German or English?
If it is in English then the locale setting needs to be the same so that it can parse the date string into a date.
'Saturday, April 20, 2019, 12:03 PM'
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(Yesterday, 12:02)primaeval Wrote: @kaner007 
Quote:Ok I was looking up the locale_alias and changed it to language = "de_CH.ISO8859-1". Seems to work. however there is a next error coming up:-).

Any idea what I need to change?

ITPV Recorder error parsing dates. 

Log file: 

2019-04-20 11:43:02.612 T:123145507229696   ERROR: "IPTV Recorder: Error parsing dates (time data 'Saturday, April 20, 2019, 12:03 PM' does not match format '%A, %B %d, %Y, %I:%M %p')"
 

What locale is Kodi showing the program date in Kodi \ TV \ Guide ?
Is it in German or English?
If it is in English then the locale setting needs to be the same so that it can parse the date string into a date.
'Saturday, April 20, 2019, 12:03 PM' 

ok it is English. Can you give me a hint where to change the locale setting?
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(Yesterday, 12:27)kaner007 Wrote:
(Yesterday, 12:02)primaeval Wrote: @kaner007 
Quote:Ok I was looking up the locale_alias and changed it to language = "de_CH.ISO8859-1". Seems to work. however there is a next error coming up:-).

Any idea what I need to change?

ITPV Recorder error parsing dates. 

Log file: 

2019-04-20 11:43:02.612 T:123145507229696   ERROR: "IPTV Recorder: Error parsing dates (time data 'Saturday, April 20, 2019, 12:03 PM' does not match format '%A, %B %d, %Y, %I:%M %p')"
 

What locale is Kodi showing the program date in Kodi \ TV \ Guide ?
Is it in German or English?
If it is in English then the locale setting needs to be the same so that it can parse the date string into a date.
'Saturday, April 20, 2019, 12:03 PM'  

ok it is English. Can you give me a hint where to change the locale setting? 

Try to match whatever region Kodi is set to. The default is US English.
Maybe if you set Kodi to de_CH it will match the date locale.

So start simple with "english", "en", "en_us" etc from that table
It might be picky about the captial E in "English"
Maybe en_US.ISO8859-1

    'en_uk':                                'en_GB.ISO8859-1',
    'en_us':                                'en_US.ISO8859-1',
    'en_us.88591':                          'en_US.ISO8859-1',
    'en_us.885915':                         'en_US.ISO8859-15',
    'en_us.iso88591':                       'en_US.ISO8859-1',
    'en_us.iso885915':                      'en_US.ISO8859-15',
    '[email protected]':                 'en_US.ISO8859-15',
    '[email protected]':                           'en_US.ISO8859-15',
    '[email protected]@euro':                      'en_US.ISO8859-15',
    'eng_gb':                               'en_GB.ISO8859-1',
    'eng_gb.8859':                          'en_GB.ISO8859-1',
    'english':                              'en_EN.ISO8859-1',
    'english.iso88591':                     'en_EN.ISO8859-1',
    'english_uk':                           'en_GB.ISO8859-1',
    'english_uk.8859':                      'en_GB.ISO8859-1',
    'english_united-states':                'en_US.ISO8859-1',
    'english_united-states.437':            'C',
    'english_us':                           'en_US.ISO8859-1',
    'english_us.8859':                      'en_US.ISO8859-1',
    'english_us.ascii':                     'en_US.ISO8859-1',
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great job it works now. Thank you! I can now schedule. In the contextEPG.py file I use: language = "de_ch.ISO8859-15". In Kodi I use regional settings German / CH.

In the ITPV Simple client I get the error Timer: The PVR backend does not support timers . How to solve this?
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(Yesterday, 14:02)kaner007 Wrote: great job it works now. Thank you! I can now schedule. In the contextEPG.py file I use: language = "de_ch.ISO8859-15". In Kodi I use regional settings German / CH.

In the ITPV Simple client I get the error Timer: The PVR backend does not support timers . How to solve this?

Good.
I'm not sure how to do a generic fix right now. When I do an update the language= fix will break.
If anyone else does please let me know.

You can't use the Kodi PVR menus for Recording. They are linked to the IPTV Simple Client internally.

You can do a timed recording from
Kodi \ TV \ Channels \ context menu \ IPTV Recorder Timer
or from
IPTV Recorder \ Channel Groups \ All Channels \ context menu \ Add One|Daily|Weekly Time Rule
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(Yesterday, 14:11)primaeval Wrote:
(Yesterday, 14:02)kaner007 Wrote: great job it works now. Thank you! I can now schedule. In the contextEPG.py file I use: language = "de_ch.ISO8859-15". In Kodi I use regional settings German / CH.

In the ITPV Simple client I get the error Timer: The PVR backend does not support timers . How to solve this?

Good.
I'm not sure how to do a generic fix right now. When I do an update the language= fix will break.
If anyone else does please let me know.

You can't use the Kodi PVR menus for Recording. They are linked to the IPTV Simple Client internally.

You can do a timed recording from
Kodi \ TV \ Channels \ context menu \ IPTV Recorder Timer
or from
IPTV Recorder \ Channel Groups \ All Channels \ context menu \ Add One|Daily|Weekly Time Rule 

okk perfect thanks so much for your support!! Very appreciated and I learned a lot!! Thanks
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