[vdr] Server recording with SVDRP

Uwe Ortner uwe.ortner at villa-flora.info
Mon Dec 26 21:04:32 CET 2005

On Mo, 2005-12-26 at 18:13 +0000, Stefan Huelswitt wrote:
> On 26 Dec 2005 Lars Fredriksson <lars at jpl.se> wrote:
> > If I start a "direct" recording on the client (presses red in the
> > the cleint starts to record immediately (in the video-directory
> > mounted using NFS), after max 1 minute the timer is deleted from the
> > client and moved to the server - the server continues to record in
> > same directory, so there is only maybe one second of video thats
> > missing
> I modified the client VDR to never start a recording (beside some
> other modifications which makes a server VDR or a client VDR more
> usable).

how did you do that? 
Is a timer entry although created?

> > It works quite well for me - drop me a mail if youre intrested of
> > Perl-script (it's really ugly and simple) - lars(at)jpl.se
> I'm interested in the script too. Can you post it here?
> Regards.

What will work is something like:

TENTRY=$(svdrpsend.pl -d client -p 2001 lstt|grep 250| sed
"s/250.* //g")
svdrpsend.pl -d server -p 2001 NEWT "$TENTRY"
svdrpsend.pl -d client -p 2001 delt 1

Numerating on server is done like "250-1" 
but on my client it is "250 1"

Any idea where this comes from?


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