[mythtv] [PATCH] MythVideo & Mediamonitoring (suite)
leo at wau.mis.ah.nl
Fri Jun 18 03:50:24 EDT 2004
On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 11:46:18PM +0200, Xavier Hervy wrote:
> Thx for your help.
> then all 'close device' removed could be stay in source code.
> But why close a device if we can keep it open ?
I haven't had much time to spend on it yet, but the only thing that
might be affected by keeping the device open might be the media-change
detection. But this is pure speculation...
> I will try again, and i don't have the 'videotree.o : Uh Oh ...'
> probably you should use a clean cvs version.
Yup, that helped. I haven't tried the patch atached to the mail I am
currently replying to, just one earlier. I noticed that it won't
eject the CD anymore on exit of the video browser. The CD is not
umounted on return from the handler either.... This means that without
logging in and typing 'eject cdrom' on the command prompt, there is no
way to retrieve the CD. It would be nice if it is possible to umount
the cdrom after the handler returns. To me this seems the most logical
> I have remove the /video_ts lower test because Donovan is probably right
> about udf filesystem.
Yes, I think so too. And the detection of the udf filesystems works OK
too. I was a bit afraid that it might interpret my is9660-dvd's with
pictures as udf, but it does not.
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