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[vdr] Re: VDR developer version 1.1.24
> Hi Reinhard,
> isn't it OK to have the appropriate pairs of vdr-1.1.x and
> linux-dvb-xxx in /usr/local/src and just linking the version
> to be used as vdr and DVB?
> My scripts just refer to /usr/local/src/vdr or ...DVB. And
> before I start a new test session, I change the links and
> then restart my machine.
> CU Norbert
This might not necessarily work. It *should*, but with linux
you never know ;o)). With linux it depends on your search
path. I.e. if the older versions are closer, than it could be
that you are using old versions ;o))
I would make a folder set like this
a folder vdr (case!)
a folder dvb (case!)
MOVE all your old versions here
then cd to
and mkdir DVB
and mkdir VDR
now unpack the newest VDR & DVB stuff into these folders
Hardlink them ("I" don't really like symlinks "I" want to know
where my stuff is ;o)) in your runvdr
you could also try to cd /usr/local/src/DVB
make plugins clean
(just to be safe)
start vdr with ./vdr
(i.e. not automated)
I am using a MM Cam & a Alpha & I have no troubles
watching or recording a movie. Klaus has the same
CAM as you do (IIRC), so it *should* be something
with *your* system. Please try the above. It's only
about 5 minutes of work
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