I’m not sure I’d recommend using Docker to install TVHeadend or an EPG. OSMC is a Debian based system so you can run those binaries natively. I suspect the Docker method is recommended for more minimal systems like LibreELEC.
You can do this in TVH’s web interface. Not sure about Kodi. All Kodi does is instruct TVH to schedule the recording via the API.
How’s the drive formatted? TVHeadend should give you some kind of error if the recording is failing.
I haven’t used a web based EPG in some time – I find the OTA EPG to be sufficient, but some others may be able to chime in. I’d avoid the Docker route.
You can format the drive with any format that the Vero can read and the laptop will be able to access it. I’d recommend ext4.
Not quite. Just select Sony for everything, and it will work.
The tuners are power hungry. Try removing one working one; shut down and boot up and see if the other one starts working. That would indicate the hub isn’t providing enough power. Also check the obvious like cabling etc.
Tried turning Kodi off and on at the wall plug, but still sees same 3 realteks, i`ll try restarting hub, it was a cable that had come off as the coax cables quite stiff from the junction box, it either pushes a aerial out or the usb, going to get some small usb extentions to prevent it.
Yeah i thought the EPG would just be a case of add new but doesnt seem option to just add one
How would i go about formatting the drive to ext4 from terminal?
Since im now only using the Sony controller, dont know if its that or something ive missed i no longer have EPG data for the HD channels, Ive seen i can map this manually to the SD ones but do i need to?
But on reboot of the Vero4k with the tv adapters, it either shows the adapters but when you select a channel to play, it says “no input source available”, or just shows the realtek adapter again.
unplugging the kodi and re powering gives same result, unplugging USB hub and reconnecting only works if kodi is also unplugged to get the sony chipset working again