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I found the correct password (which was randomized) in /etc/mythtv/config.xml and entered this in the Password: field of the MythTV setup screen. This solved the problem for me. mythtv was not the correct password. This issue may be Ubuntu/Debian-specific.


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The problem was that I was using an out of date version of MythTV, for which I can only apologise. It turns out that was assuming that the error messages were a function of the driver but, by installing the latest version of MythTV 0.27 the messages went away and MythTV was able to scan for channels. One learning point - Use a scanner such as dvbv5-scan to ...



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