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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by HtV View Post
    Sorry to intrude: How is Kevin, last time I heard him must be ~25 yrs ago. I worked in a bar that time and there was a cassette from him we played alot. I really liked him then, but kind of forgot about him. Pfew.. brings back memories.
    No problem intruding, this thread should probably be ended anyway, and I prefer new threads for each problem.

    I haven't listened to new Kevin Coyne for years and the playlist entry made me a bit nostalgic too. I really don't know his music after to the '70's , but I still listen to Matching Head and Feet, and it has made the transition from vinyl to CD to digital over the last 30 years. I think it is the British music from that period (when Virgin wasn't an airline), with the Canterbury Scene/Prog Rock that gave me the love of music that I maintain today, and is probably the main reason I need my mvp for Internet radio.

    Martin

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    Sorry to say this but Kevin Coyne died in December 2004, a great loss to music and sadly very underrated.

    I urge any of you who havent heard the album to try and hear "Babble" by Kevin Coyne & Dagmar Krause

    Tkgafs

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkgafs View Post
    Sorry to say this but Kevin Coyne died in December 2004, a great loss to music and sadly very underrated.
    Sorry to hear that.

    I urge any of you who havent heard the album to try and hear "Babble" by Kevin Coyne & Dagmar Krause

    Tkgafs
    Ok I will, thanks fot the (sad) info.

    cya Hans
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    Well,

    I only really use my mvp for music playing and it seems to be at least as stable as the normal dongle I was using which was dongle-3_3.24265b.bin

    I am still getting the typical random unexplained disconnects,
    like this

    23/02/2007 21:04:57.093 ERROR [27] MVP Timer Refresh error: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
    23/02/2007 21:04:57.578 ERROR [27] at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Send(Byte[] buffer, Int32 offset, Int32 size, SocketFlags socketFlags)
    at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Send(Byte[] buffer)
    at GBPVR.xbb1566157f5f8b1f.xcca58d4608994dd8(Point x557cda7ca079f710, Rectangle x19534874af95b268, Bitmap x84901bd355736ef6, Boolean x484012b92f24af4e)
    at GBPVR.xbb1566157f5f8b1f.xe75b6be209ce111f(Image x84901bd355736ef6)
    at GBPVR.xbb1566157f5f8b1f.xb1cbc922a07ef39b(Object xdf2e3583f942db7b, EventArgs xc4f45905cb1fc7ba)


    which I hope that Martin might eventually be able to fix

    As I type this I am running gbpvr in debug mode and ML2 with the setting "insane amount of logging" in the hope that something useful might be detected.

    I cant watch Livetv with this dongle but I cant with the other one either and have never been able to make that work with any version of gbpvr

    I use the following plugins xrecord,weather,rss newsfeed, international cinema, musiclibrary 2, uburadio and they all seem to work just the same as with the other dongle

    the great advantage to me with this dongle is that if the mvp does disconnect it just falls back to the mvpmc screen and you press emulation menu item and off you go again no need to powercycle the MVP, a great improvement

    tkgafs

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    jksmurf, as a follow up, when I configure gbpvr to auto start more then one server even the added 20 second delay goes away so I am not sure why you are seeing the problem you do. Martin
    Martin,

    Sorry been away on leave. I see tkgafs reports the same delay after the initial bootup. It's not REALLY a problem TBH, just an observation. We all want "instant bootup" and I use the green Power Button on the remote like tkgafs.

    k.
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    If you've ever become frustrated because something in GBPVR or NPVR is not working, take a moment and consider this and this and this and this and this and this. Credit where credit's due; for one guy (with a wife and two kids), most problems are solved outrageously quickly. Patience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jksmurf View Post
    Martin,

    Sorry been away on leave. I see tkgafs reports the same delay after the initial bootup. It's not REALLY a problem TBH, just an observation. We all want "instant bootup" and I use the green Power Button on the remote like tkgafs.

    k.
    I'll try some things, if you haven't turn off mythtv or replaytv support via the web browser their discovery might be causing a delay.

    Martin

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