XMLTV grabber USA help | Page 2

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by underdog, January 22, 2005.

  1. mike37931

    mike37931 Portal Member

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    This gets alot of people. When typing in your password, you won't see anythting. Just type it in anyway (carefull to type acurately) and press enter.

    Yes, just unzip it. Remember you will have to run it from a command line the first time so you will probably want it in a folder easy to get to from the command line.

    Mike


     
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  3. Loki047

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    Oh thanks i get it now :) whew at least it was something as simple as that. Another quick question can i point MP just to look for the tvguide in the C:\xmltv or do i have to copy the tvguide.xml over each time i update? Also so i dont have to do this all the time i just make it a scheduled task right?
     
  4. Anonymous

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    Personally I just unzipped the xmltv executables into C:\Program Files\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal\xmltv ...So when I run xmltv.exe etc, the tvguide.xml downloads right there. Seems to work. :)
     
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