[vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDRAdmin-AM-3.4.3rc2

Andreas Mair Andreas.Mair at linogate.com
Tue Feb 7 10:39:02 CET 2006

Hello Matthias,

so you run VDRAdmin-AM from the folder where you extracted it? It will 
always use that folder for locating its files.
But you can use install.sh to install it to your system. Then it will 
use /etc/vdradmin (or whatever you tell it) for its configuration.
Alternatively you can write your own simple script that copies the 
configuration files to the new folder.


On Tuesday 07 February 2006 10:13, Matthias Fechner wrote:
> Hello Andreas,
> * Andreas Mair <Andreas.Mair at linogate.com> [07-02-06 08:55]:
> > VDRAdmin-AM-3.4.3rc2 is available at http://andreas.vdr-developer.org.
> is it possible to store the configuration file eg. under
> /etc/vdradmin/ and vdradmin will use these configfile if they exists?
> I hate it to always copy the configuration files into the new
> directory of vdradmin. :)
> Best regards,
> Matthias
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