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yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

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  • freesty
    Junior Member
    • Oct 2010
    • 27

    yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

    Hi,

    i would like to introduce you yaVDR. 0.3 stable or 0.4 testing.

    The free PVR and media center solution for your HTPC: HD-ready, Watch and record TV, enjoy your media on Kodi. Based on Open Source Software: Ubuntu, VDPAU and VDR.


    Its an easy to use distribution for VDR based on Ubuntu 10.04 or natty 11.04.
    SC Plugin Packages availabile with additional apt source, cccam and newcamd working great.

    Moreover yaVDR comes with XBMC and PVR Support.

    All over its the best and easiest way for a complete HTPC with DVB-S2, Cardsharing and mkv Support with XBMC, with a good looking GUI and some other nice feature, e.g Ambilight / Atmolight / Boblight.

    best regards.
  • ffarrib
    Banned
    • Sep 2011
    • 32

    #2
    Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

    can you send download link and software requirements (packages that need) ?

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    • freesty
      Junior Member
      • Oct 2010
      • 27

      #3
      Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC





      There are only hardware requirements. HD is working best with vdpau, Nvidia GT 210 oder 9300/9400 and later -> Out of the BOX.

      Software is Ubuntu, and additional packages come automaticly.

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      • ffarrib
        Banned
        • Sep 2011
        • 32

        #4
        Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

        What about offline pc without internet connection and require components?

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        • freesty
          Junior Member
          • Oct 2010
          • 27

          #5
          Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

          working offline, too. But no Updates and no Cardsharing.

          hardware:
          for HD/DVB-S2 a vdpau or vaapi compatible GPU.
          1GB RAM
          CPU at least Pentium 3 700MHz for SD, Dual Core for HD.
          a DVB Card, i recommed TBS 6981 or Sundtek USB.

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          • ffarrib
            Banned
            • Sep 2011
            • 32

            #6
            Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

            Is this player support card sharing & softcam plugins? where can download them and how to use?

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            • freesty
              Junior Member
              • Oct 2010
              • 27

              #7
              Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

              Sure,

              you have to add

              deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/bpl3f1lmoot...testing/ubuntu YOUR_UBUNTU_VERSION_HERE main
              deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/bpl3f1lmoot...testing/ubuntu YOUR_UBUNTU_VERSION_HERE main

              to your apt source.conf and install it with aptitude or apt-get.



              BTW, vdr-plugin-tvm2vdr is a nice plugin, too. It gets EPG information from tvmovie and convert it to vdrs EPG, with pictures and additional information.

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              • ffarrib
                Banned
                • Sep 2011
                • 32

                #8
                Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

                How can I add them to source.conf and is main in the line or not? what is usage of aptitude?

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                • freesty
                  Junior Member
                  • Oct 2010
                  • 27

                  #9
                  Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

                  Did you install yaVDR, which version?
                  main is in the line. Aptitude is graphical interface of apt-get (command line)

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                  • freesty
                    Junior Member
                    • Oct 2010
                    • 27

                    #10
                    Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

                    yaVDR 0.4pre2 is out now:

                    Download yavdr64-0.4.0-pre2 (Alpha release)


                    ftp://ftp5.gwdg.de/pub/linux/yavdr/y...0.4.0-pre2.iso

                    Filename: yavdr64-0.4.0-pre2.iso (This is not a stable release, for testing only, contains essential bugs)
                    Size: 585031680 Bytes
                    MD5: 14667d568de618e4e5e57e411335c9d0
                    SHA1: 1a3f6d31e56db0814ba38a07fdbb331f46716c0d
                    Released: 2011-10-11

                    Please use the MD5 value or the SHA1 value to check if the ISO was downloaded correctly to your PC.

                    Many thanks to gwdg.de for hosting the yaVDR ISO images.

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                    • freesty
                      Junior Member
                      • Oct 2010
                      • 27

                      #11
                      Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

                      stable yaVDR-0.4 release


                      MD5 0eb7d2af87fd2f47213c1ac4f0700ae1
                      SHA1 08614b042ba393a700a6ceb69a4a4e90ad86b9c7

                      Update from preRelease is possible, but not recommended.

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                      • ffarrib
                        Banned
                        • Sep 2011
                        • 32

                        #12
                        Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

                        Hello. version 4 is not install in ubuntu 11.04 x64 without internet connection. i test it,so what can i do?

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                        • freesty
                          Junior Member
                          • Oct 2010
                          • 27

                          #13
                          Re: yaVDR with PVR on XBMC

                          first, yavdr is ubuntu 11.04 + VDR + XBMC + NVIDIA VDPAU + etc. but without Gnome or KDE.
                          second, version 0.4 is installing without internet, and only with CD, I've just tested.
                          You have to boot from CD like installing ubuntu.

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