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  1. Many thanks! But with Tvh 4.2 is some strange problem that OP Zero hangs after few second when recording starts. I don't know why is that, I working with Mark Clarkstone on this issue: https://tvheadend.org/boards/5/topics/29344?r=29594 Maybe is some Tvh setting which makes this issue. Of coure we talking about DVB-C. I don't know that the same is with DVB-T.
  2. Hi, I've got two questions: 1. Is possible to force more power to USB port? 2. How to totally disable wifi on board (by software) to release some power consumption?
  3. Well, all is working Problem was with Tvheadend version in armbian-config: HTS Tvheadend 4.0.9-13~g64fec81 This is little old version of Tvh. Would be nice to put some new version in armbian-config. Below is install procedure if someone has the same issue with DVBSky Sticks to get DVB-C working on OP Zero: 1. After installing and configure Armbian put DVB Stick to USB and make reboot 2. Install firmware and reboot: wget http://www.dvbsky.net/download/linux/dvbsky-firmware.tar.gz tar -zxvf dvbsky-firmware.tar.gz cd dvbsky-firmware sudo ./copy-firmware.sh 3. Install TVheadend version 4.2: sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys 379CE192D401AB61 echo "deb https://dl.bintray.com/tvheadend/deb xenial stable-4.2" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list apt-get update apt-get install tvheadend Now DVB-C is recognized in Tvh.
  4. Ok, I make net topic with this described DVB-C problem with OrangePi Zero. If I can do something to get this working, I will. But my knowledge is rather small about "high-level" linux. But I try. Thanks for advices.
  5. Hmm, if 4.13.* is more recent than 4.4.* why I can't handle for example DVB-C card which is fully supported in Raspbian 4.4.* jessie? I will make new topic and describe problem which I have with DVBSky T330 USB Stick on OrangePi Zero. Looks that Armbian nighlty build recognize this stik and loading drivers, but Tvheadend show just DVB-T but not DVB-C from this stick. I was trying to compile drivers from DVBSky website: http://www.dvbsky.net/Support_linux.html to have DVB-C recognize, but with no succsess (errors while compile)
  6. Thanks for answer. So it looks that OrangePi Zero will never obtain 4.4.+ kernel
  7. Hi, Is possible to instal on OrangePi Zero some distro which has kernel above 4.4.0 ???
  8. Thanks for all answers. Reason I would like to buy OrangePi is to install Tvheadend serwer for recording TV. Now I'm using RPi for this and all is working fine beside one thing - errors in .ts stream which comes from DVB-C bandwidth. With DVB-T all working fine because bitrate from dvb-t dongle is much lower than from dvb-c dongle and RPi can't handle at the same USB with LAN and with dvb-c stick. Situation is little better when I lock CPU performance, but still I can't at the same time watching movies from internet and recording stream from TV. So in this situation I thought about second device just for Tvheadend. OrangePi Zero has H2 1,2 GHz which should be enough for this. I don't need HDMI because Tvheadend server is operating via web browser.
  9. Thanks for quick reply. I had just two questions: 1. I would like to be sure - Does Orange Pi Zero has SEPARATE USB and LAN, yes? Transfer form LAN IS NOT DEVIDED between USB, yes? I'm asking because you wrote above "4 non shared ports" - but OrangePi Zero has just one USB port. So I want to be sure. 2. Is possible to install Raspbian Jessie On Orange Pi Zero?
  10. Hi everyone, So far I'm using RPi2 and I would like to change to Orange Pi PC Plus or OrangePi Zero. I have questions: 1. Does OrangePi Zero share USB with LAN like RPi ??? 2. Can I install tvheadend on Armbian with OrangePi Zero? 3. Does OrangePi PC Plus share USB with LAN ? 4. Does RPi camera is compatibile with OrangePi slot?
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