today we go to set up the fresh installed tvheadend server.
For information about setting up a tvheadend server on rasberry pi2 check out the link to my other tutorial right at the top of these page.
If you have it installed check the running state with the command:
service tvheadend status
If it is running it gave you some infos about the status.
So open a webbrowser and open <theipofyourraspberrypi>:9981
type in the username an password you have set during the installation process.
now this is what a fresh webui looks like.
now click on “configuration” and you will get to this page
For TvHeadend to work probably you well need a complete configuration.
As in this dialog everything can be left as default.
DVB scan files
BTW: when you install tvheadend using apt-get a new user will also be created named hts.
all temporary data can be stored in its home directory. there you can be sure about the
in the above shown general tab you can do some other things, which are not crucial for
running the server. I left all of it on default setting.
to run the server you must define the setting of your dvbs box.
there for switch over to DVB Inputs. the UI looks like the next screenshot
new select the entry which ends with DVB-S #0. It can also be T or C just in case you use a terrestrial or cable adapter.
when you select the entry on the right side appears a new configuration box. there click Enabled and save. ( at the bottom )
then switch over to the network tab
click on the “add” button
choose DVBS from the next appearing dialog.
then the DVBS Network configuration comes up. Sorry but I do not know about Cable or terrestrial configuration.
just fill in these values like I did above. the astra 19.2 satellite is for European tv stations mostly.
if you prefer to have more satellites, you can add more networks to your configuration.
click save, don’t bother the not closing dialog. just press save and afterwards press cancel to close the dialog.
if everything went fine the network entry has been created.
switch back to TV Adpaters
select the entry like I did in the next screenshot.
and in the right handside dialog select the new created network.
new switch over to muxes
its is necessary for some versions of tvheadend to add the first mux manually
all other will be autodiscovered
press add button, select ASTRA network and fill the values as they are in the screenshot
wait a few minutes. then the other muxes appear automatically.
looks like this
now with the muxes also the services are filled automatically.
at this moment we do not have any channels yet. because what we have to do next is to map the services to channels.
just because you have 1500 services doe not mean you want all to be mapped.
so switch over to the services tab an start mapping the channels you would like to have.
NOTE: only mapped channels are available for recording or remote streaming
mapping is done by CRTL-CLick the service and press the “map selected” button
the dialog which appears can left to its default settings. just press save.
afterwards it looks pretty much like this:
now the mapped channels are available for recording or remote streaming …
recording and streaming with kodi is part of the third tutorial.