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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 2009-11-20, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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Question Linux Script for posting OTA reception results?


Anybody have a script that scans for the specified channels and generates screenshots? I'm using Linux and have a couple PVR-150/250 and a HDHomeRun with MythTV. Currently I do this manually but it takes a lot of time. It would be good if there was a script that produced a nice summary collage of the channels. So then you could post your collage and everyone could quickly see your reception results. A text summary would be good too but unless your tuner reports the symbol quality it isn't of much use.

Any ideas?


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