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  #160643 29-Aug-2008 10:01
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Sorry, slightly off topic, but can someone confirm that if I want to continue to use Powercinema (I'm in NZ) then there is no way to get EPG (other than for a couple of hours)?
Thanks.

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  #160654 29-Aug-2008 10:19
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Just wondering what license your code and the libraries you are using are under? Thanks.




 
 
 
 


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  #160662 29-Aug-2008 10:28
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hads: Just wondering what license your code and the libraries you are using are under? Thanks.


ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.dll = (GPL) http://sharpdevelop.net/OpenSource/SharpZipLib/
System.Data.SQLite.dll =  No copyrights.  Public Domain.  100% free for commercial and non-commercial use. http://www.sqlite.org/copyright.html

my code
closed source - havn't looked at licences... what do you suggest?




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  #160667 29-Aug-2008 10:44
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Thanks for the reply.

Although the GPL library you are using does have an exception clause allowing it's use in closed source applications, as a proponent of free software I'd suggest using a free software license such as the GPL. Obviously the choice is entirely up to you but there are many advantages to using a free software license.





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  #161018 31-Aug-2008 13:05
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Hi I've been using Dvbviewer with DVB-t for some time now but wanting to use your EPG downloading program, but am not getting past the first configuration where by I am unsure of where to alter the paraneters to get the program to work with Dvbviewer, and so the grabber runs but leaves no .xml file and the Channel pairing brings up 0. Any help much appreciated.

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  #161087 31-Aug-2008 20:41
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You can simply double click on dvbviewer.bat to download the epg file.
just make sure that the /epg folder has been created first. (will look into fixing this so it gets auto created in next version).

That will download the file and the rest of the process should be straight forward.

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  #161195 1-Sep-2008 09:58
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Thanks, however still no joy, I had'nt copied the XMLT job Editor correctly,but that did't help either, also there has been no epg folder created in the Dvbviewer folder so I created one but still remains empty after the grabber does its stuff and I get that lovely "error on analysing files" when initialising the pairings.
Its going to be great when it works!!

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  #161379 1-Sep-2008 20:05
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What happens when you double click on dvbviewer.bat
What does it say if anything?

Can you download http://epg.pvr.geek.nz/epg/listings-freeview.xml.gz with your internet browser?




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  #161395 1-Sep-2008 21:25
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It asks to run the program, runs, does'nt actually come up with a problem.

We can download your .gz file.

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  #161397 1-Sep-2008 21:27
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Which version of windows do you have?
If you have Vista please follow these steps also: http://mentalindustries.orconhosting.net.nz/epgFiles/vistaUAC.html




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  #161410 1-Sep-2008 22:31
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Vista Ultimate SP1,

No don't think thats the problem, there was never an epg folder created for the xml file to be imported to, should'nt there have beeen?

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  #161413 1-Sep-2008 22:34
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SamT: Vista Ultimate SP1,

No don't think thats the problem, there was never an epg folder created for the xml file to be imported to, should'nt there have beeen?

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You need to create the epg folder yourself (but in future versions of my program i'll make it create the folder).

So in short you need to create the epg folder.
and follow the instructions in the previous reply.
that should solve your problems.




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  #161423 1-Sep-2008 23:14
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Thats what I'd done already so we're back to square one and I've set all the users to full control, I think its a simpler problem than that, where is the epg file going when its downloading, it says its copying so where too. and there's no file going to my created epg folder.
We'l get it, just won't be tonight. Cheers

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  #161672 2-Sep-2008 19:39
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Explain the steps you have taken
or better yet.

start again
first following: http://mentalindustries.orconhosting.net.nz/epgFiles/vistaUAC.html
then
http://mentalindustries.orconhosting.net.nz/epgFiles/dvbviewer.html

If you have a default install of dvbviewer and have put the files in the correct location it should work fine.





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  #163353 9-Sep-2008 17:59
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Anyone else having troubles after updating to the new version of the grabber? Mine is making all the right noises, showing up under the epg button in dvb viewer, but not in the epg plus plugin. Sometimes it shows one day with a couple of entries and other times it shows 2 days with a couple entries.

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