[mythtv] Running a plugin in the background

florin baiduc florinbaiduc at gmail.com
Tue Jul 4 08:40:00 UTC 2006

You can start any plugin on top of a running one (as long as they
don't share exclusive resources). You need a way to safely switch
between the two working modules - that is change the layering and the
input order..
Good luck with that one :)!

On 7/4/06, liran tal <liransgarage at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey,
> I was wondering how can I run a plugin in the background.
> I tried fork()ing it but after it's done doing it's job it just stalls and
> finally segfaults.
> I can paste the errors I'm getting if someone has a clue.
> Thanks.
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