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    Blindscan using USALS

    Quote Originally Posted by Octagon-Germany View Post
    DW Link erneuert, New DW Link, Yeni indirme Linki 15-02-2019:

    Hier neues Test Image sf8008 für t2mi direkte eingabe.
    Here new Test Image sf8008 for t2mi direct scan.
    Buyrun, yeni test imaji sf8008 t2mi direk arama icin.

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    Einige Satelliten (few satellites with) mit T2-MI Transponder:
    Astra 4A / SES-5 @ 4.8° East
    Eutelsat 10A @ 10° East
    Express-AM7 @ 40° East
    Express-AM6 @ 53° East
    SES-6 @ 40.5° West
    Yamal 401 @ 90° East
    Blindscan using USALS is broken in this image and all others with the latest drivers. It works with January 10th drivers but gets broken again after that. Please fix this.
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    Blindscan with USALS is still not working - the dish moves to the wrong position. Manual scan is perfect including T2-MI on Astra 4.8E
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    we test blindscan many times with usals , really cannot repeat your issue here

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    Maybe I should send the box back. With January 10 drivers there was a fix for USALS and it works correctly for blinscan. On 16th January you broke the drivers again while fixing other things. Niow the dish moves approximately 15 degrees West of where it should be before scanning so is no use at all. Apart from that there are a number of problerms with auto resolution. By denying there are problems means nothing will get fixed. the motor is an alsat darkmotor (just regular diseqc 1/1.1/1.2/USALS) and works fine on my other receivers. It also works perfectly on January 10th drivers in Vix build 5.2.024 so it is not a hardware problem. I cant find a version of openatv that works properly.

    Edit: I tested todays ATV image and still no change.
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    Are you able to upload your debug logs showing the issue?

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    Ill do that later on when I get a chance
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronand View Post
    Blindscan with USALS is still not working - the dish moves to the wrong position.
    Are you waiting for stable tuner lock before you start the scan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronand View Post
    By denying there are problems means nothing will get fixed.
    No one is in denial. I can't replicate your issue either. I just scanned 5 west (OpenViX built 1 hour ago). Dish moved to exactly where it should.

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    Manual scan is working perfectly and the dish moves as it should. The problem is only with blindscan. I will have logs shortly.
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    Debug log for blindscan on 28.2e using Vix 5.2.024 (10th January drivers)

    Blindscan works perfectly

    Enigma2_debug_2019-02-18_17-04-17.log
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    Debug for blindscan on 28.2e using OpenATV 6.2 (todays build using 17th February drivers)

    Blindscan picks up channels on Hotbird 13e

    Enigma2-debug-20190218_18-13-30.log
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    Actually looking at the logs now I see the problem - blindscan is not using USALS at all - it is trying to move to a stored position.
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    Ignore that last one.
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    Im not sure if anyone had a look at this yet.

    The only differences in dish positioning I could find was just one line:

    In Vix 024

    < 41.940> [eDVBFrontend0] set sequence pos 3

    In Vix 028 this line is replaced with:

    [eDVBFrontend0] setTone 0
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