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[vdr] Re: Clean VDR shutdown
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alessandro Pasotti" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, October 18, 2002 5:39 PM
Subject: [vdr] Clean VDR shutdown
> Im using VDR succesfully from about 3 months and I would like to thank
> and all this list for the help.
> I still have a problem in shutting down VDR and PC cleanly:
> I start VDR launching runvdr from a script under mandrake 8.2, the script
> called with
> /etc/init.d/vdr start
> and calls directly runvdr
> If I call
> it kills vdr and unload the driver
> I tried to put a line in commands.conf that calls the a.m. script with
> argument (it works from the command line but not from a VDR menu because
> maybe kills itself before unloading the driver).
> I've read on this list that vdr can shutdown itself, but how to do it from
> OSD menu?
First, you have to put the shutdown-command into runvdr (see vdr --help).
Then you can either press the power-button or use the time-out to shut down.
See file MANUAL for further information or "man 5 vdr" after you've done a
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