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non port: multimedia/szap-s2/pkg-descr
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466950 multimedia/szap-s2/pkg-descr
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- Make a pkg-descr a bit more readable
Sun, 23 May 2010
[ 19:01 nox ] Original commit 
1.372 multimedia/Makefile
1.1 multimedia/szap-s2/Makefile
1.1 multimedia/szap-s2/distinfo
1.1 multimedia/szap-s2/files/patch-teletext
1.1 multimedia/szap-s2/pkg-descr
szap-s2 is a command line channel zapping (i.e. tuning) utility similar
to szap but including support for S2API  a.k.a. DVB API version 5, which
supports DVB-S2. When using szap-s2, one instructs it to change the channel
to one of a list of channels supplied in a channels.conf type file.

There is no manpage yet, but you can run szap-s2 without args to get a
usage message.

location of channel list file is ~/.szap/channels.conf

one line of the szap channel file has the following format:
name:frequency_MHz:polarization[coderate][delivery][modulation][rolloff]:sat_no:symbolrate:vpid:apid:service_id
one line of the VDR channel file has the following format:
name:frequency_MHz:polarization[coderate][delivery][modulation][rolloff]:sat_no:symbolrate:vpid:apid:tpid:?:service_id:?:?:?

WWW: http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Szap-s2

Number of commits found XX: 2

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